By Moshe Behar | – In this essay, Moshe Behar reflects on what the possible endgame is for the Israeli annexation of Palestinian land that is now being explored with the support of the American government. He suggests that Israel’s long-term objective goes beyond de facto or de jure apartheid. Behar concludes that two actions […]
Moshe Behar holds a PhD in Comparative Politics from Columbia University and is Associate Professor and Programme Director, Arabic & Middle Eastern Studies, University of Manchester, UK. His latest work is “Competing Marxisms, Cessation of (Settler) Colonialism, and the One-State Solution in Israel/Palestine,” forthcoming in The Arab and Jewish Questions: Geographies of Engagementin Palestine and Beyond (Bashir Bashir & Leila Farsakh, eds, Columbia University Press).