Through records, conversations, and pictures, Blincoe unravels a narrative of ambition, nationalism, and violence that dominated the game for Jewish and Palestinian teams in the 20th century.
The probe is expected to cover actions by both the Israeli army and Palestinian armed groups like Hamas. However, the Prosecutor must first obtain confirmation from the court’s judges regarding ICC territorial jurisdiction in the occupied Palestinian territories.
The weekend conference aims to discuss scientific challenges and successes under Israeli military rule of the occupied territories and to provide opportunities for collaboration between Palestinian and international scientists.
Originally published on Just Security, Victor Kattan discusses the intersection of the U.S. government’s shifting opinion on Israeli settlements, and the International Criminal Court's probe into the situation in Palestine.
Palestine Square spoke with Yousef Munayyer, a political analyst and the director of USCPR, to understand the implications of this executive order on Palestinian activism and criticism of Israel.
The Institute for Palestine Studies will be addressing the topic of ‘the Palestinian City’ in its annual conference, on 1-3 November 2019. The purpose of this conference is to study as many as possible of the issues of the Palestinian urban transformatiom presenting research touching on the history of the city as well as its present, the city as an incubator of culture, and as a controller of social, political, and economic life.
"The Press on Palestine" is an initiative by the Palestine Square blog to highlight bias and watchdog mainstream U.S. print media’s reporting on Palestinian affairs and the Arab Israeli conflict.
Three key and interconnected trends can be drawn from the election, all of which present crucial strategic questions for the Palestinian struggle in the years ahead.
The Institute for Palestine Studies (USA), Inc., (IPS) has an opening for a Fall 2019 intern in the exciting field of marketing and fundraising.
Curated by activist-scholars Noura Erakat and Marc Lamont Hill, the Journal of Palestine issue 192 contextualizes, interrogates, and ultimately advances the long and rich legacy of transnational solidarity between oppressed groups in the United States and Palestine from the 1930s to the present day.
The increasing calls for UNRWA’s dissolution, which conceal an attack on the Palestinian refugees as a community, is an assault on the principle of international responsibility sharing which lies at the core of the modern refugee regime.
The US administration has essentially repudiated international law as a relevant conceptual framework that should serve as a basis for resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.