Laboratories of the extreme
20 March 2022
Jake Woodier speaks to Eyal Weizman about the political nature of architecture and its use in constructing truths and challenging power
Egypt at 100
28 February 2022
Heba Taha explores the drastic political transformations of the Egyptian state 100 years since independence
The Lost Cinemas of Palestine
14 November 2018
Ahmad Al-Bazz documents the steady demolition of Palestine's once-iconic cinemas and picturehouses.
Building a revolution in Jerusalem?
11 September 2018
Tom Anderson and Eliza Egret talk to Sahar Vardi from Imbala collective, who have set up a grassroots organising space in the heart of West Jerusalem.
Areas of Terror
5 April 2018
The Israeli government categorises protesters as terrorists to create a mandate for violence, writes Richard Seymour,
A very modern apartheid
20 February 2018
Marienna Pope-Weidemann explains why decades of occupation and oppression have led some people to call Israel an apartheid state.
Empire en vogue
24 June 2017
Nadine El-Enany examines the imperial pretensions of Britain's post-Brexit foreign affairs and trade strategy
One-state in Palestine: equality, democracy and justice
6 March 2017
Omar Barghouti asks whether Donald Trump, in his recent break with America’s long-standing support for the two-state solution, has unwittingly revived the debate about the plausibility, indeed the necessity, of a single, democratic state in historic Palestine?
Resist Tory attacks on local councils
13 October 2015
Campaigns Against Arms Trade highlight how new Tory policy could prohibit local Councils from implementing democratically voted upon motions in support of the BDS movement
Dabke dancing to tell another narrative
30 July 2015
Creative protest can change the way people engage with Israeli apartheid, says Dan Glass, who organised a Dabke-dance action to mark the first anniversary of the latest attack on Gaza
Gaza: a history
23 September 2014
Daniel Whittall speaks with former diplomant and historian Jean-Pierre Filiu about his new book on Gaza, and the history and future of the region
From the archives: Singling out Israel
11 August 2014
Its supporters constantly laud Israel as the 'only democratic country in the Middle East' with the 'most moral army in the world'. Why single it out for criticism? They ask. Richard Kuper explains the reasons (from issue 137 January 2006)
We can’t just tweet in the face of genocide
5 August 2014
Ewa Jasiewicz, activist with London Palestine Action, explains how you can join the growing Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel's massacre and occupation
Conscience little stirred
17 February 2014
It took many decades and much bitter argument before the British left embraced the Palestinian cause, writes Mike Marqusee
Showing Israel the red card
3 December 2012
As UEFA prepares to stage the 2013 European under-21 championship in Israel, Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi reports on the exclusion of Palestinian footballers
Gaza War: All about politics?
19 November 2012
Abby Martin interviews Phyllis Bennis, Director of the New Internationalism Project at the Institute for Policy Studies, about the current escalation of violence in Gaza
A tale of two speeches
1 October 2012
Palestinian Chairman Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu address the United Nations. Phyllis Bennis reports from New York
The right to speak up in Gaza
9 April 2012
Tom Dale speaks to Abu Yazan, a leading member of Gaza Youth Break Out. He has been persecuted by Israel, Fatah and Hamas, and was in exile in Cairo when this interview was carried out in December 2011.