Reviving the Language of Empire
Aziz Rana on revisiting the anti-imperialism of the 1960s and ’70s amid the return of left internationalism.
Nora Caplan-Bricker
Anatomy of a Moral Panic
The repressive machine currently arrayed against campus protests follows a familiar pattern.
Adam Haber and Matylda Figlerowicz
The Anti-Union Lobby’s Newest Weapon
Now armed with cynical antisemitism allegations, the corporate-backed effort to destroy unions is ramping up.
Jeff Schuhrke
Who Has the Right to “Disrupt” the University?
The very administrators now cracking down on student protests’ “disruptiveness” have been dismantling higher education for decades.
Dennis M. Hogan
Weeping for Babylon
Avi Shlaim discusses the factors behind the exodus of Iraqi Jews and how the concept of the “Arab-Jew” can chart an alternative future.
Zvi Ben-Dor Benite
Campus in Crisis
Eli Valley
Weaponization and Denial
Since October 7th, Israel’s use of evidentiary claims as justification for its devastation of Gaza has fed a countervailing strain of untruth.
Linda Kinstler
Between Exclusion and Exploitation
Israel’s far right wants to permanently replace Palestinian workers, but employing them has become key to maintaining the occupation.
Jonathan Shamir
“Nothing Is Immutable”
Literary scholar Saree Makdisi discusses Zionism’s structures of denial, imperial racial logics, and the horizon of coexistence.
Claire Schwartz
Chuck Schumer and Democrats’ New Line on “Netanyahu’s War”
The majority leader’s recent speech exemplifies his party’s effort to isolate Netanyahu and pacify voters without changing policy.
Alex Kane
How Much Must We Sacrifice for Justice?
An investigation through Jewish text, in the wake of Aaron Bushnell’s self-immolation for Gaza
Lexie Botzum
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