This is the final part of a series of four pieces about Anti-Semitism and the Left. The other parts can Continue reading
This is the third of four pieces about Anti-Semitism and the Left. The other parts can be viewed here: 1, 2 and shortly 4. In Continue reading
The last couple of months have seen a deluge of leaks. First we had the WikiLeaks ‘dump’ where the collective Continue reading
Recent events in Lebanon have left the country at something of an impasse, and on the brink of sectarian tensions descending into something worse. Bill outlines the issues.
A group of young people in Gaza have organised an anti-politics manifesto for change, the Guardian reports. They express deep Continue reading
Bill critically reviews ‘Hamas vs Fatah’, a book by Jonathan Schanzer which seeks to outline the factional history within Palestinian nationalism.
We explore the context and outcomes of the newly-restarted the Middle East peace talks in Washington. (Re-posted)
As much as it moves me, in recent years I’ve become frustrated when trying to be engaged in the issue. I see this as being the result of a number of characteristics of the debate, which stifle and disrupt progress…