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How the 1967 Arab-Israeli war led to permanent occupation of Palestine
Fifty years after the Arab-Israeli war, we look at how the conflict led to five decades of pain for Palestine, with no end in sight.
Why Jerusalem is vastly different to the fantasy city described in my youth
Many secular, Jewish Israelis hate Jerusalem and try to avoid coming - for them, the comfortable bubble of Tel Aviv is preferable, where the occupation of Palestine is almost completely invisible.
Desperation is palpable among the Palestinians
There is no international body willing to curtail Israeli occupation as major powers largely support it, writes Antony Loewenstein
Five decades later, Israel’s brutal occupation is stronger than ever
Is it possible that Israel's occupation of Palestine could last another 50 years, asks Antony Loewenstein
Intractable Israel makes a third intifada inevitable
Antony Loewenstein writes about the intransigence of the settler movement
Who profits as the EU militarises its borders?
The global defence industry is posting record profits as Europe rushes to deal with the refugee crisis, writes Antony Loewenstein
The long read: how America failed Afghanistan
Since 2001, the United States has spent $110 billion on the reconstruction of Afghanistan. But instead of ordinary Afghans benefitting from this avalanche of funds, it's private companies who have profited most.
South Sudanese simply want an end to civil war
Antony Loewenstein explains how the humanitarian disaster is affecting ordinary people in South Sudan and asks what it takes to rescue a failed state.