Sari Bashi is a visiting Robina Foundation human rights fellow and visiting lecturer at Yale Law School.
Already accused of not doing enough to protect the lives of people of color, U.S. law enforcement would do well to stay away from joint programs with security forces that routinely oppress Palestinians
Erasing the distinction between Israeli businesses and settlement businesses puts the entire Israeli economy at risk
Responsibility for upholding ethical and legal norms doesn’t rest solely on the shoulders of a single 20-year-old soldier, but also on the senior officials who sent him
The games in the settlements is not the only issue that sparks anger against Israel - but they are turning Israeli soccer into a target.
In responding to Gaza rocket fire by sealing the Gaza Strip and restricting the movement of its residents, Israel does itself more harm than good.
It is hard to imagine anything more beneficial for a society undergoing change and upheaval than women’s empowerment. So why isn't Gaza resident Andalib Shahada allowed to pursue her studies in the West Bank?