JMEPP Levant Editor Kelsey Wise sat down with Former U.S. Ambassador Edward S. Walker Jr., who served in the StateRead more
While members of the Palestinian diaspora occupy a precarious social position and are often subject to successive removals from new homes, refugees have nonetheless put down roots and sought to secure their new homes in a number of ways.
Dr. Nadya Hajj, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Wellesley College, shows how this is the case.
It can be argued that the rising escalation in tensions and confrontations between the Israelis and Palestinians over the pastRead more
In Ayn al-Hilwe, Lebanon’s largest Palestinian refugee camp, you frequently hear a new term: “Death Convoys” (Qawafel al-Mawt). It refersRead more
Inbal Ben Ezer is a Master in Coexistence and Conflict candidate at Brandeis University. Ben Ezer also holds a BARead more