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

The Imminent Decline of the American Empire?

US Attitude Toward Hamas

The Media and the Middle East

The Jericho Prison Raid

Lying and Deception as Government Policy

The Hamas Factor

Weathering the Globalization Storm

Gaza’s Turmoil in Context

US Image Problem Rooted in History, Not Media

The Other Meaning of Israel’s Political Earthquake

The Great Gaza Border Deal

Rolling Back Syria

Bush’s Final Choice

Rhetoric and Reality of War

Perils of Normalization with Israel

The Power of the Ordinary

The Disengagement That Isn’t

Israel’s Nuclear Puzzle

Barbaric, But Not Unexpected

Managed Democracy

My Grandpa’s Right of Return

Muslim Lives are Descreted, Not Just Their Holy Book

Battling Windmills While Iraq Burns

The New Palestinian Uprising

Gaza: the Line of Memory and Despair

Israel’s Record is "Not Reassuring"

A Series of Unfortunate Events

Reining in Syria on Behalf of Israel

Tsunami Aid and War Costs

Life Without Arafat

Anatomy of a Palestinian Outrage

What Invaders Have in Common

Israel’s WMDs and the West’s Double Standard

Sharon Freezes the Road Map

Awaiting Justice on an Old Blanket

Peace for All the Wrong Reasons

Sharon and the Myth of the Peacemakers

Does Defeat Always Have to be So Humiliating?

What Else Hasn’t Israel Told America?

Is Israel Really More Secure?

Horror Chamber

Rest in Peace, Rachel Corrie

The Demons of War

Searching for Jenin

Palestinians and Native Americans

Palestinians and Native Americans