Roane Carey

Managing Editor

Roane Carey, former senior editor at The Nation, is the editor of The New Intifada (Verso) and, with Jonathan Shainin, The Other Israel: Voices of Refusal and Dissent (New Press).

Cultivating Peace in Palestine Cultivating Peace in Palestine

In the days leading up to Benjamin Netanyahu's visit to Washington, Yisrael Beiteinu, the far-right party led by Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, announced that it would seek a ...

May 19, 2009 / The Notion / Roane Carey

US Must Stop Mixed Signals on Iran US Must Stop Mixed Signals on Iran

Anything short of a categorical, even vociferous US refusal to countenance an Israeli attack on Iran might have horrific consequences.

Apr 13, 2009 / Feature / Roane Carey

Netanyahu’s Fig Leaf Netanyahu’s Fig Leaf

So finally, after weeks of seamy backroom maneuvering, Benjamin Netanyahu has formed the new Israeli government, so bloated with ministries doled out as party favors that it was be...

Mar 31, 2009 / The Notion / Roane Carey

Palestinian Revolution? Palestinian Revolution?

On Friday I went to the anti-separation wall demo in Ni'lin in the West Bank, the same village where International Solidarity Movement activist Tristan Anderson was critically woun...

Mar 21, 2009 / The Notion / Roane Carey

The New Face of Israel The New Face of Israel

Beer-Sheva, Israel Now that Benjamin Netanyahu has selected Avigdor Lieberman as foreign minister for his new government, it looks like the die has been cast. While talks could re...

Mar 17, 2009 / The Notion / Roane Carey

The Mitchell Moment The Mitchell Moment

Will the president have the courage to allow George Mitchell to apply the lessons of his experience of high-stakes conflict resolution?

Jan 28, 2009 / Editorial / Roane Carey

Misreading Gaza Misreading Gaza

Israel won't get a better deal than the Arab Peace Initiative. The alternative is nothing less than more warfare and, ultimately, the end of Zionism.

Jan 8, 2009 / Editorial / Roane Carey

Spectacle at Annapolis Spectacle at Annapolis

A lame-duck President's halfhearted diplomacy yields much hypocrisy and few results. But at least the leaders will keep talking.

Nov 29, 2007 / Editorial / Roane Carey

My Friend, the Enemy My Friend, the Enemy

Sandy Tolan’s The Lemon Tree is a novelistic account of two intertwined lives, one Palestinian and one Jewish, and a house with two histories.

Oct 12, 2006 / Books & the Arts / Roane Carey

Pastrami & Champagne Pastrami & Champagne

Three decades ago Winston Churchill's grandson asked Ariel Sharon how Israel should deal with the Palestinians. "We'll make a pastrami sandwich out of them," he replied.

Apr 22, 2004 / Editorial / Adam Shatz and Roane Carey