Israel’s war in Gaza has animated Turkey’s longstanding political rivalries.
Situating the Red Sea campaign in Yemen’s past and present.
Lessons from ’48—A Conversation on Silence, Complicity and Popular Mobilization of Palestinians in Israel
Amid a wave of unprecedented global solidarity with Palestine where does ’48 fit in?
The uses and abuses of the law in Israel’s war on Gaza.
On the Republic’s one hundred year anniversary, how does the poet’s work speak to the Istanbul’s urban transformation?
Amid an escalating crisis in Gaza, trade unions in Palestine appeal for international solidarity.
Nathan Thrall’s Newest Book Offers a Timely Window into Israel’s Infrastructure of Occupation.
On the Turkish state’s targeting of dissidents abroad.
Rethinking Egyptian history through sound.
The AnthroBoycott Collective and Organizing Against Apartheid—An Interview with Daniel Segal and Jessica Winegar
What we can learn from the American Anthropological Association’s historic resolution.
The current conflict in Sudan reveals the deep flaws in EU border regimes.
‘A Place Without a Door’ and ‘Uncle Give me a Cigarette’—Two Essays by Palestinian Political Prisoner, Walid Daqqah
Essays, smuggled out of prison, have been translated as part of the campaign for Daqqah’s release.
Aomar Boum on tracing the holocaust to North Africa through his new graphic novel with Nadjib Berber.
Remembering Jamila Debbech Ksiksi—An Interview with the Late Tunisian Lawmaker and Anti-Racist Activist
On migrant’s rights and the legal struggle against racism in Tunisia.
Historian Marie Grace Brown speaks to Leila Abouleila about her new novel, River Spirit.
Three recent books on Jordan trace authoritarianism in the mundane rhythms of daily life.
One year on from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, what does the ongoing war mean for Egypt’s bread subsidy?
A new Netflix film stirs up old debates about Palestinian narration.
What we can learn from Mali’s artisanal gold trade.
In the context of Israel’s newly elected far-right government and ongoing censorship of Palestine in academia and social media, MERIP shares the second of a two-part series of interviews on changing American Jewish attitudes towards Israel and Zionism. In this interview, Lori Allen speaks with Sonya E Meyerson-Knox, Communications Director of Jewish Voice for Peace. They discuss the generational changes among American Jews, the role of social media and the increasing attention to intersectional organizing on the Jewish left.