Journal of Palestine Studies
This essay argues that what has been going on in Palestine for a century has been mischaracterized.
In her current capacity as the Head of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) Information and Culture Department and a member of the PLO Executive Committee, as a former negotiator with the United States over the terms of Palestinian participation in the Madr
IN JULY 2014, Israel launched its third and most massive military assault in a period of less than six years on the 1.8 million people of the Gaza Strip.
As the four commentaries that follow indicate, in the end, the United States hewed closely to a
This essay, based on the author’s talk presenting a recent book, Brokers of Deceit: How the U.S. Has Undermined Peace in the Middle East, examines the dynamics of U.S.
Few issues in the Arab-Israeli conflict are as contentious as that of the Palestinian right of return (haq al-'awda).
More than any other issue of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, Jerusalem has deep resonance for all the parties.
IT IS STILL TOO EARLY TO SAY whether history will rank the most recent turning point in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict with the cataclysmic transformation of Palestine of 1948 or with the dislocations of 1967 and 1982.
Shafiq al-Hout was one of the original founders of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) in 1964, a member of its Executive Committee in 1966–68 and 1991–93, the long-time PLO representative in Lebanon, a prolific a
Reading Palestine: Printing and Literacy, 1900–1948, by Ami Ayalon. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2004. xii + 160 pages. Notes to p. 184. Sources to p. 200. Index to p. 207. $55.00 cloth; $21.95 paper.