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About Haneul Na'avi

Haneul Na’avi is one of the founders, writers, and radio hosts for the blog The Last Defense. He has a BA and MA in English literature, and studied Middle East and African politics at the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Seoul, South Korea, and Chinese at Fudan University in Shanghai, China over the last six years. His interests in politics and social movements peaked after the Arab Spring revolutions in March 2011.

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Adam Bychawski is an editorial assistant at openDemocracy.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

For a more 'normal' Israel

An analysis of the future of Israeli politics with Arthur Goodman, the parliamentary and diplomatic liaison for Jews for Justice for Palestinians, Europe’s largest Jewish voice against Zionism.

Riding the caliphate interstate with Jeff Steinberg

An interview on the origins of Islamic State and its relationship with regional and global powers.

"Two peoples, one future"

An interview with Glyn Secker of Jews for Justice for Palestinians, on the history of JfJfP, his views on the ravaging conflict in Gaza and the international community's response, and the distinction between Zionism and Judaism. 

Tear down the walls: international solidarity march for Palestine, sanctions for Israel

Israel's assault on Gaza provokes international demonstrations and calls for boycotts and economic sanctions.

Why are they protesting in Rome?

April 12 saw violence break out in the capital of Italy as protesters responded to new reforms proposed by current Prime Minister Matteo Renzi that would create significant reductions to public sector spending.

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