If, according to the U.S., Cuba does not deserve a seat at the UNHRC, what has the U.S. done to deserve it?
Two years after September 11th it seemed that the United States and allies like the UK, Canada and Australia had the momentum. The Anglosphere had liberated Kabul and Baghdad. The Israelis defeated the Palestinian’s Second Intifada.
The “deal of the century” may no longer be part of mainstream narratives on Palestine, given the Biden Administration’s façade of favouring the two-state politics over annexation, Ramona Wadi writes.
It is a fair assumption that Israel’s illegal occupation of Palestine will not be among the many topics of discussion between Bennett and Biden.