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Nimer Sultany


Boycott: Where To?

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The Haifa-based Mada al-Carmel – Arab Center for Applied Social Research released its latest issue of the electronic quarterly Jadal entitled: Boycotting Israel: Between Theory and Practice. This issue provides a preliminary assessment and critical reflection on the question of boycotting Israel. So far, discussions on this subject have ranged between either an outright dismissal and knee-jerk rejection by pro-Israel groups, or an enthusiastic endorsement by pro-Palestine ...

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Roundtable on Occupation Law: Part of the Conflict or the Solution? (Part V: Nimer Sultany)

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[This is the fifth part of a six-part series associated with a Jadaliyya roundtable discussing the relevance of occupation law to the Palestinian-Israel conflict at this historical juncture. Participants include Darryl Li, Lisa Hajjar, Nimer Sultany, Asli Bali, Ahmed Barclay, a

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Nimer Sultany


Nimer Sultany  is a doctoral candidate at Harvard Law School. His work focuses on contemporary progressive constitutional and political theory. His publications include: Citizens without Citizenship: Israel and the Palestinian Minority (Mada, 2003); The Legacy of Justice Aharon Barak: A Critical Review, and Redrawing the Boundaries of Citizenship: Israel’s New Hegemony. His op-eds were published in The Guardian, Miami Herald, the Boston Globe, Haaretz, Arabs48 website, and al-Quds al-Arabi