Washington is worried about a peace between Damascus and its estranged Arab neighbors — as well as Turkey — that is marginalizing the U.S. and its allies, writes M.K. Bhadrakumar.
Tag: Golan Heights
UN to Mark Nakba Day, Calls for End of Settlements
Amid rising violence in the occupied territories, the General Assembly passed a set of resolutions on the Middle East last week and Palestine’s U.N. envoy said “this is the end of the road for the two-state solution.”
Challenging Israel’s Climate Apartheid in Palestine
Muna Dajani sets an agenda for re-politicizing environmental problems such as water scarcity and placing them inside the popular mobilization against settler colonialism.
Haspel Could Be Subject to Arrest Abroad Under Universal Jurisdiction
Gina Haspel is the new CIA Director after the Senate voted on Thursday 54-44 to confirm her, with six Democrats agreeing. In this interview, Francis Boyle explains why Haspel could be at risk of arrest on trips abroad.
Israel Covets Golan’s Water and Now Oil
Exclusive: Israel’s Prime Minister Netanyahu is defiantly asserting permanent control over the occupied Golan Heights, a determination strengthened by Israel’s extraction of water and now possibly oil from the land, writes Jonathan Marshall.