Between 2009 and 2011, journalist Philip Winslow offered us a half dozen of his insightful “Observation Posts,” pieces which opened our eyes to international issues with original reporting. We’re delighted to welcome him back with this remarkable remembrance of one of the most significant events of the past decades: the fall of the Berlin Wall.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted on December 10th, 1948.
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.
As former Liberian President Charles Taylor defends himself against charges of war crimes in Sierra Leone, you should read Philip C. Winslow's post about that's country's brutal civil war here. Winslow wrote the piece after three commanders in that war...
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.
Philip Winslow, author of Victory for Us is to See You Suffer: In the West Bank with the Palestinians and the Israelis, discusses the outlook for Israel under Netanyahu's leadership.
Philip Winslow, author of Victory for Us is to See You Suffer: In the West Bank with the Palestinians and the Israelis, looks at Israel's use of white phosphorus in the recent conflict in Gaza.
by Philip C. Winslow Open Letter to: President Mahmoud Abbas, Ramallah Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh, Gaza City Occupied Palestinian Territories Dear President Abbas and Prime Minister Haniyeh: I write to you in frustration and some alarm as the latest violence...
by Philip C. Winslow Driving north out of Jerusalem after twelve months away was like settling back to watch a favorite film. The olive trees and stony hills baked under the late summer sun and the eroded limestone cliffs at...