By the seaside in Gaza City. Yaser Alashqar, Author provided Yaser Alashqar, Trinity College Dublin In his latest update to the UN Security Council in late October, Nicolay Mlandenov, the UN’s special coordinator for the Middle East peace process, warned that as the occupation of Palestinian land continues and a two-state solution moves further away: […]
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