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Pressure must go on Israel to comply with World Court genocide rulings

Aotearoa New Zealand must ramp up pressure on Israel to abide by last month’s International Court of Justice ruling, writes John Minto. COMMENTARY: By John...

ICJ’s stunning blow over Gaza war genocide charge ups pressure on Israel

ANALYSIS: By Trita Parsi The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has ruled against Israel and determined that South Africa successfully argued that Israel’s conduct plausibly...

In Gaza, the West is enabling the most transparent genocide in human history

ANALYSIS: By Richard Falk Recall Samuel Huntington’s controversial, yet influential, 1993 Foreign Affairs article, “The Clash of Civilizations,” which ends with the provocative phrase, “The...

Foreign policy group Te Kuaka calls on NZ to urge immediate Gaza ceasefire

Asia Pacific Report A progressive foreign policy group is calling for the New Zealand government to condemn the siege of Gaza, and demand an immediate...

Why Israel’s violent Gaza strategy to divide Palestinian resistance will fail

ANALYSIS: By Mohsen Abu Ramadan Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's latest assault on Gaza is a well-worn strategy among Israeli politicians to manufacture unity during...