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Ramona Wadi


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.

Opinion: The PA's authoritarian efforts to quash calls for accountability and justice will only serve to further unite Palestinians against them, writes Ramona Wadi.

23 July, 2021

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.

16 June, 2021

Book Club: Liat Berdugo's The Weaponized Camera in the Middle East delves straight into the concept of visual imagery, politics, psychology and dissemination.

12 May, 2021

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.

23 April, 2021

Book Club: Sonia Nimr's fantastical story reads like a series of folktales in which the circles of life come together when the struggle is abandoned.

03 March, 2021

Book Club: There Where You Are Not offers an incredible glimpse into the experience of history as a Palestinian, and as the "other".

03 February, 2021

Comment: Joe Biden has neither obligation nor political will to reverse Trump's worst concessions to Israel, and the UN has only progressed in its complicity, writes Ramona Wadi.

27 January, 2021

Comment: Secretary of State Blinken will likely bring an 'acceptable' veneer to US enabling of Israel, but little concrete change, writes Ramona Wadi.

04 December, 2020

Comment: Ambiguous UN ideals of hope and peace ignore the political imbalances that have granted Israel impunity at the expense of Palestinian rights and autonomy, writes Ramona Wadi.

15 October, 2020

Book Club: Najwa Bin Shatwan's unforgettable novel explores questions of race, class, and freedom in nineteenth century Libya.

14 October, 2020