Middle East Research and Information Project: Critical Coverage of the Middle East Since 1971

Joel Beinin

Joel Beinin is Donald J. McLachlan Professor of History and professor of Middle East history at Stanford University and a contributing editor of Middle East Report.

Articles by this Writer Published
Recognizing Annexation 05.12.2018
Fifty Years of Occupation 06.05.2017
Letter to Bernie, II 02.15.2016
Egyptian Workers After June 30 08.23.2013
Workers, Trade Unions and Egypt’s Political Future 01.18.2013
The Left, the Jews and Defenders of Israel 08.15.2012
A Revolution Is Not a Marketing Campaign 06.18.2012
Beinart’s Boycott 03.19.2012
BDS in the News 02.23.2012
The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict and the Arab Awakening 08.01.2011
Contesting Past and Present in Silwan 09.20.2010
Confronting Settlement Expansion in East Jerusalem 02.14.2010
Rachel Corrie in Palestine…and in San Francisco 08.15.2009
The Militancy of Mahalla al-Kubra 09.29.2007
The Diaries of Yossef Nachmani MER 244 (Fall 2007)
Letter from al-Tuwani MER 244 (Fall 2007)
Strikes in Egypt Spread from Center of Gravity 05.09.2007
Egyptian Textile Workers Confront the New Economic Order 03.25.2007
Wasting Time In The Middle East 02.23.2007
Youssef Darwish 09.02.2006
Deflating Middle East Extremism 08.10.2006
Mohamed Sid-Ahmed MER 239 (Summer 2006)
The Conflict After Israel’s Elections 03.27.2006
Why Hamas Won and Why Negotiations Must Resume 02.08.2006
Popular Social Movements and the Future of Egyptian Politics 03.10.2005
Taha Sa’d ‘Uthman MER 234 (Spring 2005)
The Imperial Lament 06.15.2004
Acts of Refusal MER 231 (Summer 2004)
No More Tears MER 230 (Spring 2004)
Sharon’s Unilateral Steps 12.31.2003
Pro-Israel Hawks and the Second Gulf War 04.06.2003
The Israeli Election Campaign Avoids the Issues 01.14.2003
Camp David II 07.26.2000
Israel’s Cabinet Crisis and the Political Economy of Peace 06.19.2000
The Oslo Process—Back on Track? 10.07.1999
Assessing Israel’s New Government 07.06.1999
Interpreting Israel’s 1999 Election Campaign 04.16.1999
The Demise of the Oslo Process 03.26.1999
The Working Class and Peasantry in the Middle East MER 210 (Spring 1999)
The Israeli Peace Movement MER 205 (Winter 1997)
The Palestinian-Israeli Conflict After Oslo MER 201 (Winter 1996)
Categories of Power MER 196 (September/October 1995)
Terrorism, Class and Democracy in Egypt MER 190 (September/October 1994)
Marxism and Postmodernism MER 187-188 (March/April 1994)
The Egyptian Regime and the Left: Between Islamism and Secularism MER 185 (November/December 1993)
Rethinking Palestinian Politics MER 183 (July/August 1993)
Pushing Israel’s Boundaries of Debate MER 182 (May/June 1993)
Money, Media and Policy Consensus MER 180 (January/February 1993)
Aspects of Egyptian Civil Resistance MER 179 (November/December 1992)
Peace Projects MER 178 (September/October 1992)
Egyptian Women and the Politics of Protest MER 176 (May/June 1992)
Assessing Storm Damage MER 175 (March/April 1992)
How to Stop Shamir MER 175 (March/April 1992)
Dangerous Asset MER 173 (November/December 1991)
Egypt from Outside and Inside MER 172 (September/October 1991)
War and Sexuality MER 171 (July/August 1991)
Editor’s Bookshelf MER 170 (May/June 1991)
Editor’s Bookshelf MER 168 (January/February 1991)
Jean-Pierre Thieck MER 167 (November/December 1990)
Editor’s Bookshelf MER 167 (November/December 1990)
Editor’s Bookshelf MER 166 (September/October 1990)
Shafir, Land, Labor and the Origins of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict MER 164-165 (May/June 1990)
Editor’s Bookshelf MER 163 (March/April 1990)
Editor’s Bookshelf MER 162 (January/February 1990)
Editor’s Bookshelf MER 161 (November/December 1989)
Editor’s Bookshelf (September/October 1989) MER 160 (September/October 1989)
Editor’s Bookshelf (May/June 1989) MER 158 (May/June 1989)
Editor’s Bookshelf (March/April 1989) MER 157 (March/April 1989)
“We Are Willing to Pay for Settlements But Not for Health Care” MER 157 (March/April 1989)
“Suddenly I Can’t Hold My Head Up” MER 157 (March/April 1989)
Editor’s Bookshelf (November/December 1989) MER 156 (January/February 1989)
Editor’s Bookshelf (November/December 1988) MER 155 (November/December 1988)
Editor’s Bookshelf (September/October 1988) MER 154 (September/October 1988)
Palestine for Beginners MER 154 (September/October 1988)
Editor’s Bookshelf (July/August 1988) MER 153 (July/August 1988)
Editor’s Bookshelf (May/June 1988) MER 152 (May/June 1988)
“The State Cannot Make Criminals Of Those Who Want Peace” MER 150 (January/February 1988)
From Land Day to Equality Day MER 150 (January/February 1988)
Bernard Lewis’ Anti-Semites MER 147 (July/August 1987)
“The Pressure Should Be on the US and Israel to Recognize the PLO” MER 146 (May/June 1987)
Private Capital in Israel MER 142 (September/October 1986)
Marching Toward Civil War MER 136/137 (October-December 1985)
Egypt’s Left Opposition Party Holds Second Congress MER 135 (September/October 1985)
Freedman, The Middle East Since Camp David MER 129 (January 1985)
Israel’s Political Formations MER 129 (January 1985)
The Cold Peace MER 129 (January 1985)
Molyneux, State Policies and the Position of Women Workers in the PDRY MER 128 (November/December 1984)
Koff, Occupied Palestine MER 125/126 (July-September 1984)
Cohen, Political Parties in the West Bank Under the Jordanian Regime, 1949-1967 MER 115 (June 1983)
Egypt’s Transition under Nasser MER 107 (July/August 1982)
Formation of the Egyptian Working Class MER 94 (January/February 94)
Davis, Israel: Utopia Incorporated MER 92 (November/December 92)
Challenge from Israel’s Military MER 92 (November/December 92)
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