Essential readings on the United States' imperialist ventures in the Middle East by Deepa Kumar, Suzanne Schneider, and Andrew Cockburn.
Haim Breseeth-Zabner, author of An Army Like No Other, on the current attacks on Palestinians, and the failure of the international community to condemn Israel's actions.
Patrick Cockburn examines the threads between the pandemic and the media's coverage of age of endless war.
To commemorate Nakba Day, a reading list on the history of the region and the Palestinian struggle for liberation.
The Lebanese novelist and essayist Dominique Eddé expresses her amazement at a movement that ‘gives visibility and voice to a people in whom no one believed any more’: a Lebanese people united in solidarity
A reading list on Palestine's fight for liberation and struggles against colonialism around the world.
Stone Men explores how Palestinian labour built the land of Israel, and how to use this history in the struggle for the liberation of Palestine.
Syrian writer Thaer A. Deeb chronicles the miscalculations that have prevented the Syrian left from playing a decisive role in the uprising that began in 2011.
Missile strikes against Syria have set the stage for future military intervention around the world.
While Erdoğan's tyranny is tolerated by "the West," "democracy" is no longer even an empty slogan where poor nations of the periphery are concerned.