Rethinking Partition of Palestine Editorial Alternatives to Partition Analytical Papers The Colonial Condition: Is Partition Possible in Palestine? | Nadim N. Rouhana Viewpoints The Palestine Partition Plan of 1947 | Adel Manna Separation and Bi-nationalism | Amnon Raz-Krakotzkin Alternatives to Partition: Geopolitical Dimensions | Thabet Abu-Ras The Arabs … Continue reading
In this article, I examine the Arab Peace Initiative's views for resolving the issue of Palestinian refugees. The API was endorsed by the Arab summit in March 2002 in Beirut. It presented a plan to "enter into a peace agreement … Continue reading
A symposium discussing the book “In the Trap of the Green Line: A Jewish Political Essay” by Yehuda Shenhav. Continue reading
On July 12, 2009, Mada al-Carmel and the Ibn Khaldoun Association co-hosted an academic conference entitled, “Has the Two-state Solution Collapsed? Discussions on the Idea of One State.” The one-day conference was held at al-Maidan theatre in Haifa.
Download the PDF here Analytical Papers Collective Memory, Indigenous Resistance and the Struggle for Return: Palestinians inside Israel Six Decades after the Nakba | Nur Masalha Viewpoints Introduction | Editor How can the two-state solution be reconciled with … Continue reading
On Tuesday March 3rd, 2009, Mada al-Carmel held a roundtable seminar to analyze the results of the elections and their ramifications for Arab citizens of Israel.