By Philip C. Winslow A Palestinian throws a rock in response to Israel's intervention during a protest, organized to mark 70th anniversary of Nakba. Photo by Jordi Bernabeu Farrus (Creative Commons License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/r) Last Monday’s opening of the American Embassy...
Philip C. Winslow writes about the recent assassination of a West Bank theater artist.
A look at recent evictions in a neighborhood in East Jerusalem, and Israeli efforts to "Judaize" the city.
In a multi-media post, Philip C. Winslow reflects on Angola's horrific war and its still-lingering effects.
Philip C. Winslow examines the problem of Israeli settlements and outposts in Palestinian territory.
Philip C. Winslow reflects on the lives of soldiers around the world.
Philip C. Winslow examines the persistent dangers cluster munitions pose for civilians during and long after the wars in which they are used.
In his second piece for his Observation Post series, Philip C. Winslow discusses two recent attacks on the arts in Jenin.
Philip Winslow, in the first dispatch for his new Observation Post column for Beacon Broadside, remembers his experiences in Sierra Leone as sentences are handed down for three war criminals.