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
Henry Siegman, President of the U.S./Middle East Project (USMEP), an initiative focused on U.S.-Middle East policy and the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, launched by the Council on Foreign Relations in 1994, and established as an independent policy institute in 2006 under the chairmanship of General (Ret.) Brent Scowcroft. Since July 1, 2016 Siegman has been President Emeritus of the USMEP. He is a former non-resident visiting research professor at the Sir Joseph Hotung Middle East Program of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, a former Senior Fellow on the Middle East at the Council on Foreign Relations, and a former National Director of the American Jewish Congress
The two-state solution; an autopsy, London Review of Books, 24 May 2018
The Ultimate Deal, London Review of Books, 30 March 2017
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.
Neheda Barakat is a Lebanese-Australian journalist. Writing in The Guardian, April 18, 2018,
Let’s banish the term ‘Arab world’. What does it mean anyway?