After a discussion of the historical background that led to the creation of the Palestinian Authority, this chapter describes the broader social and political transformations that took place in the oPt. The question of political economy is also very important … Continue reading Palestine
L’alternativa all’Anp sta prendendo forma, ma è ancora giovane come i ragazzi che si stanno ribellando. Senza il sostegno necessario e gli strumenti per coordinare i tentativi e le iniziative, il movimento rapidamente morirà. Published at Near East News Agency, … Continue reading La Rivolta dei Giovani Palestinesi – Ottava Parte. Quale Ruolo per i Partiti Politici?
Have the ‘good intentions’ of the international community and institutions such as the World Bank hindered progress in countries and territories vulnerable to instability and violence? The case of the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT) suggests a resounding ‘yes’. Published at … Continue reading Can fragility in Countries be Addressed Outside of Politics?
A discussion with ministers from Jordan & Iraq and civil society leaders from Lebanon, Tunisia, Libya and Palestine on fragility in Middle Income Countries during the WB/IMF Annual Meeting, Lima, Peru, October 8, 2015. Click here to watch the panel/debate. … Continue reading Fragility in Middle Income Countries: New Ideas for Unique Challenges
Divulging the Mechanisms of Israeli Apartheid: An Al-Shabaka Panel UCLU Friends of Palestine hosting a panel discussion with members of Al-Shabaka: The Palestinian Policy Network, at the Israeli Apartheid Week 2015, London, U.K. Additional information can be found here. Click here … Continue reading The Politics of International Aid and Apartheid