Ramona Wadi is an independent researcher, freelance journalist, book reviewer and blogger specialising in the struggle for memory in Chile and Palestine, colonial violence and the manipulation of international law.
Book Club: Louis Yako's latest book veers away from the pre-prescribed understanding of post-conflict Iraq - that of securitisation, sectarianism and humanitarianism - to focus on the lived experiences of various Iraqi academics who live in exile.
Book Club: Edward Said's contribution both to Palestinian literature and Postcolonialism as a theoretical discipline remains unparalleled. In this searing new biography, Timothy Brennan provides an exhaustive account of the man's life and legacy.
Opinion: Taken at face value, Israel appears to be attempting a new approach in policy towards the Palestinians. But the real agenda is saving the PA to ensure continued Palestinian repression, writes Ramona Wadi.
Said Habib's debut text is an enchanting retrospection of Palestinians lives, and how previously mundane realities were then impacted by political events. It is a poignant reminder of the power of memory and Palestinian existence as resistance.
Book Club: Despite over twenty inquiries into Israel's human rights abuses against the Palestinians, the international community has consistently thwarted a response. Lori Allen's new book chronicles these attempts and how the Palestinians persevere.
Book Club: Hanan Karaman Munayyer’s latest book explores the history, tradition, and significance of traditional Palestinian costume as a poignant, continued example of aesthetic political resistance and national identity.