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Dalia Hatuqa

Foreign Policy

Washington, DC, United States

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Past:
  • Foreign Policy
  • The New Humanitarian (formerly IRIN)
  • Middle East Eye
  • Al Jazeera English

Past articles by Dalia:

Benjamin Netanyahu and Mahmoud Abbas Need Each Other to Survive

Israel needs the Palestinian Authority’s security cooperation to avoid another intifada—and without security ties to Israel and the funding that comes with it, the PA… → Read More

Why some Palestinians are shunning foreign aid

External assistance has become a contentious topic among some Palestinians. Is community philanthropy the answer? → Read More

Why some Palestinians are shunning foreign aid

External assistance has become a contentious topic among some Palestinians. Is community philanthropy the answer? → Read More

How the Gulf States Got in Bed With Israel and Forgot About the Palestinian Cause

Benjamin Netanyahu is building ties with anti-Iran Arab leaders from Riyadh to Doha and betting that a peace deal is no longer a necessary prerequisite… → Read More

For Palestinians, America Was Never an Honest Broker

The Trump administration’s policies don’t represent a radical shift. The White House has simply abandoned the facade of neutrality and rubber-stamped the Israeli government’s agenda. → Read More

Media watchdogs slam 'politically motivated' arrests of Palestinian journalists

Israel has arrested seven Palestinian journalists since 30 July provoking an outcry from rights groups → Read More

Mohammed bin Salman Has Thrown the Palestinians Under the Bus

The United States and Arab governments have abandoned the Palestinian cause and believe they can browbeat Mahmoud Abbas into submission. → Read More

Islamophobia prompts Muslims to engage in US democracy: report

Anti-Muslim measures have backfired, causing the US Muslim population to protest and run for office in higher numbers. → Read More

What's next for Trump and the Palestinian Authority?

The relationship between the US president and the PA has been nothing less than a roller coaster ride, analysts say. → Read More

Anti-BDS bills expected to feature prominently at AIPAC

Annual meeting to push for measures that counter boycott Israel campaign as rights groups call bills 'unconstitutional'. → Read More

Iraqi-Jewish archive triggers 'traumatic memories'

A battle is ongoing over a collection of Iraqi Jewish heirlooms, as few agree on where it should be based. → Read More

Trump's 'Muslim ban' has backfired, study suggests

New research argues that Trump's 'Muslim ban' became more unpopular among American voters after it was put in place → Read More

Donald Trump 'undermining global press freedom': CPJ

US president has had the most negative impact on press freedom worldwide, according to a journalism advocacy group. → Read More

Does the new Bible Museum have an evangelical agenda?

The near-absence of other religions, like Mormonism and Islam, has aroused debates about the museum's purpose. → Read More

Israel challenges BDS at home and beyond

An interfaith group was stopped from boarding their flight in the US as Israel enforces ban on foreign BDS supporters. → Read More

Water deal tightens Israel's control over Palestinians

Agreement fails to address the fundamental concept of water as a shared resource, critics say. → Read More

Crackdown aims to 'silence' Palestinian journalists

Violations by the PA and Hamas against journalists have intensified in recent months, media rights groups say. → Read More

Ruling on West Bank settlement wines stirs debate

Canada's food inspection agency will continue labelling wines made in illegal settlements as "Products of Israel". → Read More

BDS activists defy US moves to curb Palestine advocacy

As more states pass bills targeting the movement to boycott Israel, analysts believe such measures could backfire. → Read More

Tech in Palestine: 'Virtual market has no checkpoints'

West Bank firm Mashvisor has become the first Palestinian company accepted into prestigious Silicon Valley seed fund. → Read More