Author Archives: Diana Galbraith

About Diana Galbraith

Diana Galbraith is a graduate student of Arab Studies at Georgetown with an emphasis on Palestine and post-colonialism. Originally from the San Francisco bay area, her Palestinian advocacy work began in 2009 while studying Arabic in Jordan. She is based in Washington, DC and interning at the Middle East Institute.

Moor and Loewenstein bring ‘After Zionism’ to DC

In their new book After Zionism, Antony Loewenstein and Ahmed Moor take as their premise that there is a de facto one state that between the river and the sea that is divided by a regime of apartheid rather than by geographical boundaries. They wanted to move the dialogue forward to match the status on the ground.

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