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BY URI AVNERY, Occupied Tucson Citizen CAN A country boycott itself? That may sound like a silly question. It is not. At the memorial service for Nelson Mandela, the “Giant of History” as Barack Obama […]

Jan, 05

Peace and Watermelons

BY URI AVNERY One of the most interesting and prolonged private debates I have had in my life was with the brilliant Dr. Nahum Goldmann. The subject: American peace initiatives. It was an unequal debate, […]

Mar, 03

The Strong and the Sweet in Palestine’s Successful UN Bid

BY URI AVNERY It was a day of joy. Joy for the Palestinian people. Joy for all those who hope for peace between Israel and the Arab world. And, in a modest way, for me […]

Dec, 03

The shifting geography of protest: a global digest

BY THE EDITORS The distinguished sociologist Imannuel Wallerstein recently wrote of the “rapidly and constantly shifting geography of protest” that has been sweeping the world since the onset of the Great Recession. In his reckoning, […]

Dec, 03

Of Bombs and Comics

BY URI AVNERY MY FIRST reaction to Binyamin Netanyahu’s exhibition of comics at the UN General Assembly was shame. Shame that the supreme elected representative of my country would stoop to such a primitive rhetorical […]

Oct, 18


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