Dr. Yousef Munayyer is Middle East Analyst at Arab Center Washington DC and Executive Director of US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation
Comment: The rapid growth of the progressive vote in America over the past four years reveals how voting patterns will continue to change in 2020 and beyond, writes Yousef Munayyer.
Comment: A 2020 Democrat victory could see a new US administration willing to condition aid to Israel, writes Yousef Munayyer.
Comment: Elections could be bad news for Abbas, but unless they can can happen freely and fairly, they likely won't happen at all, writes Yousef Munayyer.
Comment: Saudi Arabia under Muhammad bin Salman is likely to take even more hasty, reactionary measures, like the coercion of Qatar and the quagmire in Yemen, writes Yousef Munayyer.
Comment: The anti-Semitic language of the previous Charter is gone, and references to the Muslim Brotherhood are absent, representing a willingness to adapt to current times, writes Yousef Munayyer.
Comment: Egypt, Jordan and Palestine's leaders are all visiting Washington this month. Is a regional summit on the horizon? If so, Palestinians are right to remain wary, writes Yousef Munayyer.
Comment: For decades, Israeli law has enshrined the principles of apartheid, stripping Palestinians of their rights for the purposes of maintaining Israel's grip on power, writes Yousef Munayyer.
Comment: Alone, the conference amounts to little, but in the context of the past year it signals an ongoing, significant move away from the peace process, writes Yousef Munayyer.
Comment: The America Trump inherits is one traumatised by years of "War on Terror" policies on top of institutionalised racism, writes Yousef Munayyer
Comment: If Obama makes a last ditch effort on the Israel-Palestine issue, many worry it will ultimately only serve to move the goalposts once again, writes Dr. Yousef Munayyer