Middle East Historian: Biden Administration is 'Complicit in Shielding Israel' from International Pressure
Historian Rashid Khalidi discusses the conflict with Andrea Mitchell and argues that the Biden administration's support is protecting Israel from pressure from other nations to stop air strikes in Gaza or negotiate with Hamas.
Rashid Khalidi on Palestinian History: From The Ottoman Empire to Settler Colonialism
Middle East historian Rashid Khalidi speaks with Pacifica Radio's Politics and Letters on the history of Palestine.
SOURCE: The Nation
Present Absences: A Century of Struggle in Palestine (Review)
For Khalidi, the British mandate established two parallel realities in Palestine: an embryonic nation-building project for the Jewish minority and the continuation of colonial policy for the Arab majority, whose question of self-determination was left unaddressed.
SOURCE: The Nation
Rashid Khalidi opposes Trump decision on Jerusalem
by Rashid Khalidi
But he sees a silver lining: “The US Can No Longer Pretend to Be an Honest Broker of Peace.”
Balfour Declaration, now 100, was ‘gun pointed at heads’ of Palestinians says Rashid Khalidi
"The issuance of the Balfour Declaration thus marked the beginning of what I would describe as a century long colonial war in Palestine supported by an array of outside powers which continues to this day."
SOURCE: Democracy Now
Rashid Khalidi chides presidential candidates and moderators for never mentioning the Afghanistan war
In an interview he also focused on the tragedy of Syrian refugees.
Rashid Khalidi: Is Any Hope Left for Mideast Peace?
Rashid Khalidi, a professor of modern Arab studies at Columbia University, is the author, most recently, of “Brokers of Deceit: How the U.S. Has Undermined Peace in the Middle East.”WHAT should Barack Obama, who is to visit Israel next Wednesday for the first time in his presidency, do about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?First, he must abandon the stale conventional wisdom offered by the New York-Washington foreign-policy establishment, which clings to the crumbling remnants of a so-called peace process that, in the 34 years since the Camp David accords, has actually helped make peace less attainable than ever.
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