“A Deliberate Cruelty: Rendering Gaza Unviable” – Dr. Sara Roy leads the discussion on the economic and social policies that have developed the Gaza Strip and on U.S. foreign aid to the region
Mr. Antony Loewenstein and Mr. Ahmed Moor discuss the possibilities for a one-state solution to the Palestinian/Israeli conflict.
This panel examines the effectiveness of the Palestinian strategy for negotiating a peace. This is the second installment of the 13th annual summer lecture series, a study to the extent to which Palestinian leadership represents Palestinian interests, and how their national objectives are at all manifest.
Phyllis Bennis and Adam Gallagher discuss the ability of grassroots movements to achieve political aims without party politics and their response to political shortcomings. This was the first in our annual Palestine Center Interns Summer Lecture Series entitled, “Reevaluating Palestinian Stakeholder Legitimacy.”
Dr. Walt addresses the pressure on U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East from the Israel lobby and the real and perceived effects it has had on decisions throughout the current and past presidential administrations.
Dr. Wendy Pearlman shows that the reasoning behind the use of violent and nonviolent methods in nationalist movements lies very much in the movements themselves.