In the latest issue of Tel Aviv Notes, Michael Milshtein examines how the collective memory of the Nakba has become anchored in the Palestinian public sphere.
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Michael Milshtein points out surprising levels of coordination and across the Israeli-Palestinian sphere, identifying an often overlooked capacity for cooperation that exists despite the persistent atmosphere of tension and conflict. This article is part of "The Coronavirus in the Middle East: State and Society in a Time of Crisis".
Michael Milshtein writes in Ynet about the role that Qatar plays in the current and future stability of the Gaza Strip and the Palestinian Authority. In Hebrew.
Michael Barak surveys the online discourse surrounding the ongoing feud between the Fatah and Hamas movements, which has been characterized by public disputes between supporters of the respective movements. The tension is causing public concern about the possibility of further deterioration into civil war.
Brandon Friedman analyzes tensions between Fatah and Hamas, and the failure to achieve "national unity."
Paul Rivlin examines the challenge to Israel's security posed by economic crisis in Gaza.
Guest authors Ofir Winter and Kobi Michael analyze the Palestinian Authority's commitment to the two-state solution. In Hebrew.
Turkey and two Middle Eastern ‘quasi-states’: Turkish relations with the Kurdistan Regional Government and the Palestinian National Authority
Guest author Dr. Francis Owtram analyzes Turkey’s foreign policy vis-à-vis the Kurdistan Regional Government and the Palestinian Authority.
Senior Research Fellow Prof. Asher Susser's recorded lecture is available for viewing in full. In English.