New Internationalist

Middle East

Page 10 of 10

Iranian oil embargo has a nasty ripple effect

Dependent on oil from Iran, but with the US its largest trading partner, Sri Lanka is stuck between a rock and a hard place, reports Lasanda Kurukulasuriya.

Filed in: Iran Nuclear Power Oil Sri Lanka

US drones invade Iraqi skies

When is a US troop pullout not a pullout? asks Felicity Arbuthnot.

Filed in: Iraq Military United States War and Peace

Israel evicts Bedouin villagers

More than 30,000 Bedouin, which the Israeli government call ‘squatters’, face eviction to make way for settlements, reports Libby Powell.

Filed in: Israel Land Minorities

Obama must act before the US implicates itself in a war crime at Camp Ashraf

Iraq is planning to close the camp at the end of 2011 – but the fate of its inhabitants is far from secure.

Filed in: Human Rights Iran Iraq Refugees

What is the point of the Russell Tribunal on Palestine?

It’s not a court; it has no legal status. Yet, argues Frank Barat, the Russell Tribunal is a powerful tool for recognition and to internationalize the Palestinian struggle.

Filed in: Israel Middle East Palestine

Introducing the Palestinian Freedom Riders

On 15 November, six Palestinian activists challenged Israeli ‘apartheid’ policies by boarding a segregated bus…and were promptly arrested.

Filed in: Activism Human Rights Israel Minorities Palestine Social Change

Suspicions remain over Iran's nuclear ambitions

Stefan Simanowitz argues the IAEA’s latest report, while increasing mutual distrust, is neither a smoking gun nor a game-changer.

Filed in: Iran United States

Living beside your oppressor: a Palestinian reality

Adriano Mérola Marotta visits Sheikh Jarrah to meet families daily confronted by settler and state violence.

Filed in: Housing Human Rights Israel Middle East Palestine

Postcards from the Middle East

Glen Johnson presents photographs from Egypt, Palestine, Lebanon, Syria and Yemen.

Filed in: Egypt Lebanon Palestine Somalia Syria

Living in a tent: homeless and friendless in Israel

Considered one of Israel’s few ‘mixed’ cities, Jaffa’s Arab population is facing eviction, police brutality and an unsettled future. Noreen Sadik reports.

Filed in: Housing Israel Middle East Politics

Didn't find it?

Get our free fortnightly eNews

Multimedia

More Videos Now Playing: Nada
Videos from visionOntv's globalviews channel.

Looking for something more specific? Try: