Dr Emad Moussa is a researcher and writer who specialises in the politics and political psychology of Palestine/Israel.
Analysis: The discovery of natural gas in Gaza once promised economic and energy independence. But as with every other aspect of Palestine's development, its potential was shackled by Israeli restraints.
Opinion: Recent Israeli aggression has resulted in a wave of national bonding that has united a fragmented Palestinian people, writes Emad Moussa.
Analysis: Palestinian political renewal is crucial to creating a unified national strategy to face Israel's occupation. Cancelling the elections effectively means maintaining the status quo.
Comment: As long as Israel continues to occupy and oppress Palestinians, the memory of the Nakba will continue to regenerate and re-emphasise itself, writes Emad Moussa.
Comment: Without the EU or any kind of substantial opposition, Tory pro-Israel policy has been allowed to run wild, and it's the Palestinians who will pay, writes Emad Moussa.
In-depth: Deeply intertwined with the history of the Palestinian struggle, the UN agency has faced defunding and political delegitimisation in a bid to deprive refugees of their rights.
Comment: With Barghouti and thousands of other Palestinians behind bars, imprisonment has become a defining part of the Palestinian national consciousness, writes Emad Moussa.
Analysis: When elected to the Knesset two years ago, few Israelis knew who Mansour Abbas was. Now the Islamist leader could shape the fate of Israeli politics.
Comment: After 45 years of historic dispossession, Palestinians are facing intensified Israeli efforts to cleanse them from their lands, writes Emad Moussa.
Comment: Palestinians in the diaspora are a significant intellectual and economic force that aids the Palestinian cause. We should be allowed to vote in the upcoming elections, writes Imad Moussa.