Antisemitism: the Middle East connection · 5 Mar 2015
Time to end the ambiguity · 6 Dec 2014
Palestinian game-changer: the ultimate act of resistance, · 13 Aug 2014
Israel/Palestine: trapped by our own narratives? · 22 Dec 2013
Will the Arab Peace Initiative rescue the two-state imperative? · 24 Jun 2013
The two-state solution: where next? · 6 Nov 2011
Bonfire of the experts: the Arab uprisings and the Israeli-Palestinian question · 1 Jun 2011
Phyllis Bennis directs the New Internationalism Project at the Institute for Policy Studies and is a fellow of the Transnational Institute in Amsterdam. She has been a writer, analyst, and activist on Middle East and UN issues for many years. In 2001 she helped found and remains on the advisory board of the U.S. Campaign to End Israeli Occupation.
A prolific writer, much of her recent writing is on Iraq, Syria and the wider Middle East. But there is still plenty on Israel-Palestine.
All these links are to the IPS website.
Jim Crow in the Holy Land · 25 Mar 2015
Netanyahu or Herzog, Little Will Change in Israeli Policy · 18 Mar 2015
Rift Between Obama and Netanyahu Deepens After Speech
Netanyahu Threatens War In Speech to Congress · 3 Mar 2015
Palestine-Israel in the Midst of Middle East Crises · 3 Feb 2015
Will ICC Membership Bring Justice to Stateless and Occupied Palestinians? · 5 Jan 2015Palestinian Statehood: A Lost Cause? · 4 Jan 2015
Talking Points: Iraq under assault, Gaza in ruins · 15 Aug 2014
What Would a Real Ceasefire Look Like Between Israel and Gaza? · 11 Aug 2014
In Gaza, International Law Is Up in Flames · 30 Jul 2014
Violations in Gaza “Not Equal” on Both Sides · 24 Jul 2014
Why Opposing the Israel Lobby Is No Longer Political Suicide · 16 Jul 2014
Israeli-Palestinian Peace Negotiations at a Dead End · 9 Apr 2014
AIPAC is Losing Influence Over U.S. Foreign Policy · 7 Mar 2014
Avi Shlaim is Emeritus Professor of International Relations at the University of Oxford and the author of Israel and Palestine: Reappraisals, Revisions, Refutations (Verso, 2009); and a JfjfP signatory.
Some recent contributions in openDemocracy
The perils and pitfalls of patriotic history · 7 Feb 2014
Ariel Sharon’s legacy · 14 Jan 2014An Open Letter to Barack Obama · 28 May 2010Israel’s “new history” and the Palestinians · 4 Nov 2009
Israel and Gaza: rhetoric and reality · 7 Jan 2009
Israel at 60: the “iron wall” revisited · 8 May 2008
Israel, free speech, and the Oxford Union · 13 Nov 2007
Adam Shatz, contributing editor at the LRB, is a writer in residence at the Kevorkian Center in New York.
A selection of LRB articles
The Life and Death of Juliano Mer-Khamis · 21 Nov 2013
Why Israel Didn’t Win · 6 Dec 2012
Indecision as Strategy: After the Six Day War · 11 Oct 2012
Nothing he hasn’t done, nowhere he hasn’t been: Claude Lanzmann · 5 Apr 2012
Is Palestine Next?: The No-State Solution · 14 Jul 2011
Short Cuts: Israel and Iran · 23 Sep 2010
Mishal’s Luck: The Plot against Hamas · 14 May 2009
Leaving Paradise: Iraqi Jews · 6 Nov 2008
Invisible Walls: Israel’s Revolutionary Left · 3 Aug 2006
Alastair Crooke, Director and Founder of Conflicts Forum based in Beirut. He was formerly advisor on Middle East issues to Javier Solana, the EU Foreign Policy Chief, a former EU mediator with Hamas and other Islamist groups and author of Resistance: the Essence of the Islamist Revolution (Pluto Press, 2009). Occasional writings on Israel-Palestine, formed by his broader concerns for a dialogue between political Islam and the West.
Permanent Temporariness, London Review of Books, 5 Mar 2011
Why Hamas is no ‘extremist’ openDemocracy, 11 Mar 2009
Europe’s failure on Middle East peace, Guardian, 30 Jan 2011
A return to square one, Guardian, 19 Jan 2009