Ramzy Baroud

Ramzy Baroud is a journalist and the Editor of The Palestine Chronicle. He is the author of five books. His latest is “These Chains Will Be Broken: Palestinian Stories of Struggle and Defiance in Israeli Prisons” (Clarity Press, Atlanta). Dr. Baroud is a Non-resident Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Islam and Global Affairs (CIGA), Istanbul Zaim University (IZU). His website is www.ramzybaroud.net

Why Israeli Officials are Chuckling

The New American Reality

Mahmoud Abbas vs Mohammed Dahlan

The British Warrior Who ‘Matured with Age’

Al-Aqsa vs. Israel

The Palestinian Lesson that Every Syrian Should Know

Omar and the Checkpoint

The Libyan Bedlam

Preserving the Abu Ghraib Culture

Iraq Near Implosion

Ten Principles to Guide the Young Activist

US Senate Awaits Israeli Instructions

The Whitewashing of Ariel Sharon

How We Disowned Palestinians in Syria

Failure of Palestinian Authority, BDS Success to Continue

2013: Assessing the Conflict in Syria and Egypt

Why Israel Fears Roger Waters

From the Middle East to Lausanne

Impossible Dialogue

Gaza is Flooded with Sewage and Conspiracies

France’s Sham Philosopher

When Falsehoods Triumph

Asking the Wrong Questions

Israel on the Lookout

The Sectarian War at Hand

South vs. North

Giap, Wallace, and the Never-Ending Battle for Freedom

People’s History of Gaza and Egypt

New York Times Fiction

Syria’s New Game

Ramallah, Gaza and the Identity Crisis

Abbas’s Village Leagues and Palestinian Silence

The Politics of Death

On Egypt’s Class-Struggle

Yemen’s Mediocre Transition

The Arab Turmoil

Hated in Egypt

Netanyahu, Abbas to Resume ‘Peace Process’ that Never Was

The United State’s Futile Search for ‘World Domination’

How Egypt’s ‘Revolution’ Betrayed Itself

On Hamas, Fatah and the Squandered Years

The West Reserves the Right to Interfere

Child Exploitation Bonanza

Why Arabs Must Worry

The Onslaught in Burma Continues

Gaza Held Hostage to Egypt’s Turmoil

US Political Impotence in the Middle East

Israel, Hawking and the Pressing Question of the Boycott

The Pain of Bangladesh

Boston, Brazil and Islam