Dr. Timothy Seidel presents the book he co-authored with Alaa Tartir and discusses how the rule of power relates to the case of occupied Palestine, examining features of local dissent and international governance.
On Saturday, June 22, the administration of President Donald Trump disclosed details of a proposed economic plan titled, “Peace to Prosperity – The Economic Plan: A New Vision for the Palestinian People.” This plan is the focus of the Bahrain conference on Tuesday and Wednesday.
“In a recent interview, the US ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, told the New York Times “Israel has the right to retain some, but unlikely all” of the Palestinian territory of the West Bank.In a later conference held by the Jerusalem Post in New York, US Special Representative for International Negotiations Jason Greenblatt said, ‘I will let David’s comments stand for themselves. I think he said them elegantly and I support his comments.'”
Author Khaled Elgindy presents his new book which discusses a critical political history of US-Palestinian relations.
“An in-depth report released in Hebrew by Amnesty International’s Israeli chapter provides a damning picture of Israeli arms exports to countries that violate human rights”
Now serving as the head of the PLO mission in the United Kingdom, Dr. Husam Zomlot provides updates on the latest political and diplomatic developments, and discusses whether the Palestinian leadership still believes that a peace settlement is possible, and if so, how.
“An in-depth report released in Hebrew by Amnesty International’s Israeli chapter provides a damning picture of Israeli arms exports to countries that violate human rights. This report provides solid evidence that over the past 20 years, Israeli military exports went to at least eight countries that have been known for serious violations of human rights”