Real obstacles remain to any breakthrough. Read more about Much optimism, little confidence in Hamas-Fatah deal
Opinion and analysis
After years of deadlock, intra-Palestinian politics has reached a phase of hyperactivity. Read more about Has Palestinian unity finally arrived?
At least 2,600 Bedouins have been made stateless, according to official data. Read more about How Israel robs Palestinians of citizenship
The ordinary person gives this extraordinary movement its internationalist muscle. Read more about South Africa marks 12 years of BDS successes
Israel miscalculated by thinking that killing the Palestinian intellectual would silence his voice. Read more about The second life of Ghassan Kanafani
Lawsuit against American Muslims for Palestine could usher in new wave of phony terror cases. Read more about Revived lawsuit puts Palestine advocacy in crosshairs
Economic pressure on Israel can only be achieved by building consensus for Palestinian rights. Read more about Why should Palestine take a back seat?
PA leader is playing politics with the welfare of two million Palestinians to no obvious end. Read more about Mahmoud Abbas' high stakes gamble in Gaza
Israeli activists do far too little to combat the injustice against Palestinians. Read more about Why Israelis must disrupt the occupation
International indifference has abetted Israeli occupation until today. Read more about The shock of defeat in 1967