SOURCE: New York Times
At age 12, the historian, with her older sister, was a passenger on a jet hijacked by Palestinian militants. After decades of minimizing the story, her efforts to approach her past as a historian highlight the gaps in documentary records, the contradictory ways memory can fill those gaps, and the varying degrees of distance historians keep from their subjects.
SOURCE: The Intercept
Israeli Diplomat Pressured UNC to Cancel Grad Student Instructor's Course on Israel-Palestine Conflict
"Kylie Broderick had expected scrutiny some of her teaching. What she did not was the degree to which the smear campaign against her would balloon, up to and including interventions from officials of two governments."
SOURCE: National Interest
by Yoav Tenembaum
An international relations scholar argues that the Middle East can be explained through the division of "revolutionary" and "status quo" interests that dates to Napoleon's challenges to the European imperial order. How other nations respond to the conflict will follow whether they favor the status quo.