A Revolution That Reverses Militarism and Occupation

A Revolution That Reverses Militarism and Occupation

Despite our frequent elections, the United States’ militarized foreign policy continues to wreak death, destruction, and dispossession on people and nations around the world. Any political revolution worthy of the name must seek to reverse that reality. In order to...
Sanders Vs. Clinton on Palestine-Israel: A Primer with Phyllis Bennis

Sanders Vs. Clinton on Palestine-Israel: A Primer with Phyllis Bennis

On Monday morning, democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton addressed the American-Israeli Public Affairs Committee, also known as AIPAC. She affirmed the U.S.-Israeli strong military alliance and vowed to re-establish sanctions on Iran if provoked. Bernie...
Sharon is Dead, but Sharonism Lives On

Sharon is Dead, but Sharonism Lives On

The Butcher of Beirut, as he was long known, is no more. After eight years in a coma, during which the militaristic hard-right leader was re-branded a peacenik, Israeli General Ariel Sharon was finally pronounced dead. The tributes are already pouring in, including...
SodaStream: Set the Bubbles Free? First, Set Palestinians Free

SodaStream: Set the Bubbles Free? First, Set Palestinians Free

Lyndi Borne is a media intern at the Institute for Policy Studies. Among many of the usual suspects airing ads during the Super Bowl, one small company shook up some conversation with an ad that was banned by CBS. The company, SodaStream, acts like it’s doing...
Is the Cat Out of the Bag on Israel?

Is the Cat Out of the Bag on Israel?

Throughout the past decade, reports of Israel’s military and political atrocities are more widely disseminated than ever before, especially since the construction of the wall in the West Bank, the 2009 assault on Gaza, and the rapidly increasing settlement...