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Saturday May 28, 2022
Marwan Bishara

  • May 13, 2022

    A brutal murder

    I am not ready to speak about Shireen in the past tense. Not today. Perhaps not ever. Shireen has covered the cruelty of the Israeli occupation for...

  • March 17, 2022

    Civil violence

    The Global South is divided over who bears the responsibility for the Ukraine tragedy in the Global North. Many blame Russia for its imperial...

  • March 02, 2022

    Divided on America

    “In terms of a Cold War… you have the vast majority of the rest of the world in total opposition to what is doing… It’s going to be a cold...

  • February 18, 2022

    Europe in the middle

    After months of military build-up and weeks of intensive diplomacy, the crisis in Ukraine is at a critical juncture. It may turn towards a military...

  • February 14, 2022

    Exposing Israel

    Last week, the London-based Amnesty International joined the New York-based Human Rights Watch and the Jerusalem-based B’Tselem in calling...

  • February 04, 2022

    Biden’s gambit

    As US President Joe Biden’s domestic agenda ‘build back better’ faces major challenges in Congress, he seems to have taken his schema to the...

  • January 21, 2022

    Biden’s dilemmas

    After a strong start that included rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement and World Health Organization, both of which Trump abandoned, President Joe...

  • January 19, 2022

    American (un)civil war

    There are probably nicer ways to say it, but when I read that in a 2021 national poll, 46 percent of Americans believed that ‘another civil war is...

  • January 04, 2022

    Imagination and courage

    There is much to lament, much to loathe and more to dread in these difficult and uncertain times. And yet, given the choice between fear and...

  • December 10, 2021

    Nostalgia for cold war

    Over the past 10 years, American and European reactions to the Arab Spring have demonstrated why Western democracies cannot be trusted with the...