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About Naama Nagar

Naama Nagar is a graduate student of sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

Articles by Naama Nagar

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Alex Sakalis, Editor

Alex Sakalis is associate editor of openDemocracy and co-edits the Can Europe Make It? page.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Buses take the front in struggle against apartheid in Israel

Israeli policy makers make sure to stay on the safe side of a de-jure separation, but often their daily actions speak louder than laws.

The Caesarification of Benjamin Netanyahu

It is precisely on the issue of modesty that these ‘faithful’ character witnesses came unstuck, for the Netanyahu family’s lack of modesty is not just about money.

Don't say working class, say families

The J-14 movement in Israel and the Wisconsin Cheddar Revolution raise similar issues of security, social welfare and democracy. Both are challenged by a newly potent, yet de-classed Middle Class.

Israeli Summer

This remarkable movement needs to strengthen its democratic decision-making processes, including marginalized groups in the negotiations, ensuring welfare for the poor, not only for the middle classes.

Democracy in Palestine/Israel: a feminist fight

With the disintegration of the traditional Left in Israel, radical grassroots groups have became the only noticeable opponents of Israeli government policies, argues Naama Nagar, and strong amongst them are new feminist groups.
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