A selection of our coverage of the conflict in Gaza from the past fortnight.
In The Conversation Weekly podcast, researcher Colin Irwin explains how peace polls can help build consensus in conflict negotiations – but only if all parties are at the table.
Arable land has been destroyed, as have food production sites. But even before the current operation in Gaza, Palestinians there suffered high rates of food insecurity.
If doxing is the malicious release of someone’s personal information without their consent, publicising politically charged discussions in a private chat group may not qualify.
A private group chat of Jewish creatives was leaked because some were organising against pro-Palestinians. Was it ethical to do so?
With doxing suddenly on the national agenda, here’s what you need to know.
Ghassan Hage has been sacked by Germany’s prestigious Max Planck Foundation due to his trenchant criticism of Israel’s war. It’s just the latest in an ongoing culture war in Germany.
Scholars say Israel’s destruction of Gaza’s schools, universities and museums are part of an ongoing project to destroy Palestinian people, identity and ideas.
A selection of analysis from our coverage of the war in Gaza over the past fortnight.
Netanyahu has rejected the latest peace deal and vowed to continue until Israel achieves ‘total victory’.
The Gaza war has complicated issues in Ukraine, with Putin looking to exploit events in the Middle East to garner support among the Global South.
The two sides got very close to a deal in the 1990s but have drifted apart since then.
Is Israel changing course following the recent ruling by the International Court of Justice? It appears not, and that poses risks for the international community, including Canada.
While the conflict between Hamas and Israel is unique, the case of South Africa’s border war – and subsequent fall of apartheid – might offer lessons that apply to the Middle East.
Language has been dubbed “the covert operations of war”, such is the power it holds in shaping public opinion. Here’s what we found about the way Australian media has been framing the conflict.
Destroying the main relief agency in Gaza would be a catastrophe for its people, most of whom have been displaced by the conflict and are desperate for food, shelter and medical supplies.
The US is among more than a dozen countries to freeze funding to UN agency providing aid to displaced Gazans over allegations of complicity in the Oct. 7 attack.
PIJ is perceived as a terrorist group operating in the shadow of Hamas, aiming to dismantle Israel with the backing of Iran – but that’s not true.
Facing a parliamentary election in March, the Islamic Republic is trying to distract attention away from its economic woes with a show of strength.
How can violence be viewed as ethical? Carlo Bordoni’s new book helps us understand why societies go to war and how they justify it.