The Wider Repercussions of Labour’s Anti-Semitism Crisis

September 04, 2018

The failure of Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour to deal with the issue of anti-Semitism should raise alarm bells for those concerned about the potential growth of radical-right extremism in the UK. British politics is in a bad place at the moment, and not just on account of Brexit. Recent weeks have...

Israel’s Response to Boycott Movement Threatens Democracy

September 16, 2015

Israel’s attacks on the legality of BDS have global implications for civil liberties and the right to protest. In August 2014, at the height of Israel’s latest incursion in Gaza, Steven Salaita was dropped from his tenure at the University of Illinois over his public criticism of Israel....

Norman Finkelstein: Israel, Settlements and the ICC (Part 2/2)

With illegal settlements on occupied Palestinian land, why has Israel not been held accountable? After wars in 2008-09 and in 2012, Israel has once again bombarded Gaza in a land, sea and air military campaign. Thousands of rockets from Hamas and other Palestinian factions...

India and the US: Divided Over Dhaka

January 01, 2014

India and the US have yet to develop a synergy in their policies towards Bangladesh.    By Seema Sirohi As a dangerous storm brews in Bangladesh in the run up to the polls on January 5, India and the United States stand far apart on how best to deal with the protracted political...