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Middle East news and analysis from The Nation
May 20, 2022
George W. Bush Stumbles Into a Moment of Truth
The former president’s gaffe reminds us that his launching of a criminal war still demands justice.
May 20, 2022
AIPAC’s Dangerous New Antidemocratic Project
In the name of supporting Israel, the lobbying group has created a new super PAC that is only too happy to boost candidates that threaten our democracy.
May 18, 2022
To Honor Shireen Abu Akleh’s Life, Demand Accountability for Her Death
There needs to be an independent investigation by an international body into Shireen’s death—otherwise, it will be the latest example of Israel’s impunity.
May 17, 2022
The “Brutal Solidarity” Between Buffalo and Palestine
The violence that has visited Buffalo’s Black community and the Palestinian mourners of Shireen Abu Akleh speaks to the commonality of their oppression.
May 15, 2022
After Shireen Abu Akleh’s Killing: Israel’s Propaganda Machine Ramps Up
The Israeli response to the murder of the beloved journalist has been woefully predictable—a combination of denying, lying, and obfuscating.
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May 11, 2022
Civic Engagement In an Age of Perpetual War
A conversation with Phil Klay about his new book
and the moral imperatives and ambiguities of civilian life amidst constant conflict.
May 6, 2022
The ADL Goes Full Bully
The organization’s new campaign against anti-Zionist and Palestine-solidarity groups is a clear sign that it lacks the credibility to lead on civil rights issues.
May 2, 2022
A Tale of Two Bulldozers
What India’s demolition of Muslim homes reveals about the India-Israel relationship.
April 27, 2022
These Are the Civilian Deaths You Don’t Hear About
Until the Defense Department overhauls its air strike policies, civilians will continue to die in attacks.
April 19, 2022
The American Media’s Approach to War Coverage Needs to Be Fundamentally Reimagined
We need more reporting on forgotten conflicts—and more stories that spotlight how war ravages people and leads to atrocities.
Katrina vanden Heuvel