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Jordan’s King Abdullah: Two-state solution basis of Middle East peace

Arab leaders and head of delegations pose for a group photograph during the 28th Ordinary Summit of the Arab League at the Dead Sea, Jordan March 29, 2017. 363 more words


Dancing With A Conscience

BailaAfrika’s recent party had a human rights twist. Quite fitting, as it happened on the eve of Human Rights Day. A woman spoke about human rights violations happening somewhere south, or was it west, of Morocco. 486 more words

All Clubs Deserve The Right To Assemble

By Ahmed Youssef

A few days before Christmas, Fordham denied a group of students’ request to host a chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine, a nation-wide organization aimed at promoting Palestinian freedom and equality. 736 more words


I. Met. Angela. Davis.

Honestly, I’m still shook.  I actually met Angela Y. Davis.  She actually hugged me and signed my book.

On Monday, March 27th, 2017, Angela Y. Davis was invited by Students for Justice in Palestine to speak at The George Washington University.   1,318 more words


Our World: A test for King Abdullah

  • Jerusalem Post Opinion

By Caroline B. Glick

March 27, 2017 21:20

The terrorists were freed on condition that they did not engage in either terrorism or incitement of terrorism subsequent to their release. 1,397 more words

Mid East Policy

The 3rd World Countries You Come From

“So is it considered a 3rd world country?”

Cringe. Didn’t they stop saying “third world”? 

“I’ve been to a third world country. It was beautiful. But, like, people like going to… 46 more words


The Dilemma of China’s New Engagement with West Asia

Kishorchand Nongmaithem, Research Associate, ICS       

Traditionally, China has played little role in West Asia. However, in recent years it has become more active in its diplomatic engagement with the countries in the region. 825 more words

Foreign Policy