Against a new far-right Israeli government, Palestinians need their leaders to unite, not repeat empty slogans.
Marwan Bishara is an author who writes extensively on global politics and is widely regarded as a leading authority on US foreign policy, the Middle E... ast and international strategic affairs. He was previously a professor of International Relations at the American University of Paris.
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