The U.S. is advocating for a two-state solution with one hand, and fueling the machine that erodes it with the other.
Sandy Tolan, author of The Lemon Tree, is a professor at USC’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. His new book is Children of the Stone: A Music School in a Hard Land, about one Palestinian's dream to build a music school in the midst of Israel’s military occupation. Twitter: @sandy_tolan
With Gaza’s water system on the verge of “collapse” a humanitarian catastrophe looms, including potential epidemics. The consequences will reach far beyond Gaza’s borders.
They blame Israel, they blame Hamas, they blame many people for their misery, but, still—after so many wars, so much destruction—people try to lead “normal” lives.
Publicly traded companies are required to warn investors about potential risks. SEC documents show companies warning their operations could be inundated.
U.S. companies are set to carve up Native American and private lands in more than a dozen states in order to sell petroleum and natural gas overseas. Activists are gearing up.
Police brutality against protesters is reminiscent of civil-rights battles like Selma. And the state has borrowed millions to fund it.
With Donald Trump’s order to build the Dakota Access Pipeline, there’s new activity—and new tension between the forces fighting against him.
After decades reporting from around the world, the author concludes the EU, NAFTA, and similar schemes have brought many people more misery than prosperity.
There are reasons critics of the Israeli encroachments on the West Bank grab for words like “apartheid” and “Jim Crow.”
A few Palestinian children protect themselves from trauma and stress by playing the violin and other instruments.