This article discusses the nature of imperialism, nationalism, and emancipatory politics in the context of the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine. Intentionally employing a provocative title, it argues that since the nation-state is an instrument of war, a meaningful peace necessitates not a one state or a two state solution, but the supercession of the nation-state altogether.
An article by Uri Gordon about the 2011 Israeli 'tent protests', their lack of political radicalism and avoidance of direct confrontation with the Netanyahu government. In addition, he maintains that because of nationalism, the movement avoided at all costs any perception of being left-wing and silenced any engagement with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict during the mobilization.
Black Circle Records: Reflections on the consequences of conflict in light of the ongoing Israeli offensive in Gaza
Article on the Apartheid-like conditions which Palestinian migrant workers labour under, the obstacles which the Israeli occupation puts on their ability to organise and the ways in which they have attempted to overcome it. Also looks at how the Zionist trade union, the Histadrut, is one of the main exploiters of Palestinian labour.