Assistant Professor, Middle East Political Economy, at the University of Oregon. Currently writing on the Egyptian revolution and the Syrian crisis.
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Monthly Archives: July 2014
Israel’s continued bloodshed in Gaza: “Gaza’s only power plant destroyed in Israel’s most intense air strike yet”
At least 100 Palestinians killed as TV and radio outlets, mosque and refugee camp all targeted as calls for ceasefire dismissed Harriet Sherwood in Jerusalem The Guardian, Tuesday 29 July 2014 15.50 EDT Palestinian firefighter at Gaza power plant A … Continue reading
Mouin Rabbani In 2004, a year before Israel’s unilateral disengagement from the Gaza Strip, Dov Weissglass, éminence grise to Ariel Sharon, explained the initiative’s purpose to an interviewer from Haaretz: The significance of the disengagement plan is the freezing of … Continue reading
Does Iran really pose an existential threat to Israel?.
A Century On, the First World War Casts a Long Shadow across the Middle East.
Infographic: Who violates ceasefires more, Israelis or Palestinians?.