Perspectives: The Yale Journal on Israel and Palestine

From Dogma to Dialogue

Perspectives: The Yale Journal on Israel and Palestine is a non-partisan publication providing a space for the discussion of and education on all issues pertaining to Israel and Palestine, including arts, literature, history, politics, disparities between populations, and political conflict.


Making Space for Jewish Liberation

I ventured to a Greenwich comedy club in late May, and it didn’t disappoint. For 2 hours, comedians performed material they’d surely been...

A Meeting With Slifka's Board of Directors

Earlier this spring, members of Slifka’s Board of Directors joined nine students for a Zoom discussion about Israel-Palestine. These...

Israel and the Armenian Genocide

On April 24 of this year—Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day—American President Joe Biden made a statement acknowledging the deaths of 1.5...

Vaccine Equity and Distribution in Israel

Does Israel as an occupying power have a duty to provide vaccines to Palestinians within the territories? Israel’s Covid-19 response has...

Israeli Elections Yield New Government

On March 23rd, 2021, Israelis went to the ballot boxes for the fourth time in two years, and this time there appears to finally be an...



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