Palestine

  • Governance since the Fatah-Hamas Split

    Charles Levinson
    August 14, 2008

    Shortly after the split between Fatah and Hamas in June 2007, Dianna Buttu, the astute young advisor to Prime Minister Salam Fayyad, said that watching the rival factions joust for control of the Palestinian Authority (PA) was like watching bald men fight over a comb.

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  • Palestinian Authority Reform: Role of the International Community

    Keir Prince
    August 14, 2008

    You are building your home. But you are having a problem with the architect, who keeps demolishing parts of the house. Sometimes he feels you did not follow the blueprints, sometimes he feels you used sub-standard materials, and sometimes, even though you are sure you followed all the instructions, he just does not like the way it turned out.

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  • Can Fatah Survive?

    Mouin Rabbani
    August 13, 2008

    With preparations accelerating, it seems increasingly likely that the Palestinian National Liberation Movement (Fatah) will hold its Sixth General Conference during 2008. Yet given the advanced state of disintegration in which the movement finds itself, it may well be a case of too little too late. Simply put, Fatah’s very survival now hangs in the balance.

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  • Palestinian Hizb al-Tahrir Flourishes Where Hope Withers

    Omran Rishq
    August 08, 2008

    The failure of the Palestinian national movement and its shaken credibility in the public eye are giving strength to religious movements, which are expanding to fill a widening gap.

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