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Ramona Wadi

Ramona Wadi is an independent researcher, freelance journalist, book reviewer and blogger specializing in the struggle for memory in Chile and Palestine, colonial violence and the manipulation of international law.

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Chile's BDS push can also help its indigenous peoples

07 December, 2018

Comment: Boycotting Israeli military and surveillance technology would show solidarity with Palestinians and with Chile's oppressed indigenous peoples, writes Ramona Wadi.

Chile's BDS push can also help its indigenous peoples

07 December, 2018

Comment: Boycotting Israeli military and surveillance technology would show solidarity with Palestinians and with Chile's oppressed indigenous peoples, writes Ramona Wadi.

Netanyahu's no pacifist, the ceasefire was a political ploy

20 November, 2018

Comment: A ceasefire is a diplomatic vantage point that can be manipulated by Israel, writes Ramona Wadi.

For real liberation, free Palestine of its third parties

12 November, 2018

Comment: Third party involvement in Palestine divests the people of their land, history, memory and the right to spearhead their struggle for liberation, writes Ramona Wadi

Bedouin village community is failed by self-serving EU 'concern'

29 October, 2018

Comment: Defending Khan al-Ahmar because it is part of the two-state solution will not protect the rights of its Palestinian community, writes Ramona Wadi.

Palestinian prisoners between resistance, sensationalism and oblivion

02 November, 2016

Comment: Hunger striking has formed part of the Palestinian approach to mainstream activism, but unbalanced media coverage undermines the essence of the collective struggle, writes Ramona Wadi

The Palestinian Authority's counter-productive pursuit of full UN membership

19 October, 2016

Comment: Israel and the PA have reached a stalemate in rhetoric. But the impasse plays directly into Israel’s schemes, argues Ramona Wadi.

False narratives and selective memory in Libya

05 October, 2016

Comment: A UN Human Rights Council proposal to hold perpetrators accountable for human rights violations in Libya is plagued with ambiguities, and makes several important omissions, argues Ramona Wadi.

The second Intifada: More than just a memory

29 September, 2016

Comment: This week marks the 16th anniversary of the Second Intifada. But commemorations should not neglect the importance of subsequent events, nor of today's status quo, argues Ramona Wadi.

The power of words: Israel's claims of ethnic cleansing

13 September, 2016

Comment: In recent speeches, Netanyahu has taken to using the term "ethnic cleansing" to support Israel's misleading narrative, writes Ramona Wadi.

Trading the UN's universal principles for business with Israel

30 August, 2016

Comment: Israel's prominence continues top grown within UN, showing how human rights violations are rewarded instead of abhorred at an international level, writes Ramona Wadi.

The UN's 'exploit and discard' cycle in Libya

22 August, 2016

Comment: Recent reports that the Libyan unity government is losing support are in line with the UN's plans for Libya, writes Ramona Wadi.

Ramona Wadi
Ramona Wadi

Ramona Wadi is an independent researcher, freelance journalist, book reviewer and blogger specializing in the struggle for memory in Chile and Palestine, colonial violence and the manipulation of international law.

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