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About Carly A. Krakow

Carly A. Krakow is a human rights-driven researcher, writer, and activist. She conducts fieldwork throughout the Middle East, mainly in Palestine and Israel. Follow her on Twitter @CarlyKrakow

Articles by Carly A. Krakow

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

The politics of water access under occupation: is international law sufficient?

In an era of “Trump’s Israel,” complete so far with uninhibited settlement expansion and an emboldened Israeli right, the Palestinian water crisis in the West Bank and Gaza is set to worsen.

As the world turns towards the right: what future for the "refugee crisis"?

The “refugee crisis” is portrayed as a new phenomenon plaguing Europe, but it is another episode in an old crisis of injustice and rights.

Palestinian refugees fleeing Syria: an argument for protecting humanitarian law in US politics

The extremist goals of those who seek to abolish such laws reflect a deeply problematic ideology, in which guilt by association is a celebrated norm.

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