Nathan Thrall

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Nathan Thrall is an American author, essayist, and journalist based in Jerusalem. Thrall is the author of The Only Language They Understand: Forcing Compromise in Israel and Palestine (Metropolitan/Henry Holt, 2017; Picador, 2018) and a contributor to The New York Times Magazine,[1] the London Review of Books,[2] and The New York Review of Books.[3] His reporting, essays, and criticism have also appeared in GQ, The Guardian Long Read, The New Republic, Slate, and The New York Times, and have been translated into more than a dozen languages.[4]

Thrall is the former Director of the Arab-Israeli Project at the International Crisis Group, where he covered Israel, the West Bank, Gaza, and Israel's relations with its neighbors from 2010 to 2020.[5] Thrall's reporting and analysis have been cited on the floor of the UN General Assembly by Noam Chomsky[6] and in the UN Security Council by former UN Special Envoy Lakhdar Brahimi.[7] His analysis is often featured in print and broadcast media, including the Associated Press, the BBC, CNN, Democracy Now!, The Economist, The Guardian, Jacobin, The New York Times, PRI, Reuters, Slate, and The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post.[8] The historian Perry Anderson wrote in the New Left Review that Thrall has written "the most acute analysis of American policy towards Israel, from Clinton to Obama. ... In their combination of clear-eyed criticism and level-headed realism, Thrall's reports from and on Israel have consistently been outstanding."[9] The New York Review of Books described Thrall as having "published a series of articles over recent years—notably in The New York Times Magazine, The Guardian, and the London Review of Books—that have defined the new intellectual and political parameters for what is increasingly recognized as Israel-Palestine's one-state (or post-two-state) reality,"[10] and the Financial Times called him "one of the best-informed and most trenchant observers of the conflict."[11]

Background and education[edit]

Thrall received a BA from the University of California, Santa Barbara's College of Creative Studies and an M.A. in politics from Columbia University. A former member of the editorial staff of The New York Review of Books, he was hired at the International Crisis Group by Robert Malley.[10] At the start of his tenure at the International Crisis Group, Thrall lived in Gaza.[12][13] In 2011, he moved to Jerusalem.[14]

Critical reception[edit]

The Only Language They Understand[edit]

Thrall's critically acclaimed essay collection The Only Language They Understand: Forcing Compromise in Israel and Palestine (Metropolitan/Henry Holt, 2017; Picador, 2018) was hailed in The New York Times ("a brilliant job...smart and hard to dispute"),[15] Foreign Affairs ("Thrall has consistently been one of the sharpest observers of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict"),[16] Time ("Life is short, and writings about Israel and the Palestinians can be very, very long. So it's a good thing there's Nathan Thrall"),[17] and The New York Review of Books ("By far the most cogent of the new books [on Israel–Palestine]").[18] The Jewish Book Council's Bob Goldfarb wrote that his book, The Only Language They Understand: Forcing Compromise in Israel and Palestine, "brings unparalleled clarity to the dynamics of Israeli-Palestinian relations, and is an essential guide to the history, personalities, and ideas behind the conflict."[19] Mosaic selected the book as one of the best of the year, writing, "A knowledgeable and bold retelling of the Israel-Palestinian conflict that forces readers to take a serious and fresh look at their assumptions. Throughout its counterintuitive retelling of this history, it offers an unusually provocative and sometimes startling contribution to the genre."[20] On the publisher's website, Mark Danner described the book as "brilliant," writing, "Eloquent, fact-rich, full of vivid characters, and relentlessly contemporary in its narrative, The Only Language They Understand is a withering indictment of conventional wisdom―and a necessary, essential book."[citation needed]

Trump's Middle East Plan[edit]

The day after President Donald Trump released the Trump peace plan, "Peace to Prosperity: A Vision to Improve the Lives of the Palestinian and Israeli People," Thrall published a critique of it in The New York Times, "Trump's Middle East Peace Plan Exposes the Ugly Truth: This isn't a break with the status quo. It's the natural culmination of decades of American policy."[21] Trump's Special Envoy for International Negotiations, Jason Greenblatt, criticized Thrall's op-ed: "A 1-sided, distorted analysis. The ideas are dangerous to an important ally, based on an approach that has driven Palestinians (who deserve a better future) into a ditch. Time to embrace reality, seek a brighter future & stop being an arm-chair critic."[22] Thrall replied: "Refreshing to see that only days after releasing the Trump plan, one of its chief architects, @GreenblattJD, has come around to opposing approaches that are 1-sided, distorted, dangerous to US allies, & designed to drive Palestinians (who deserve better) into a ditch."[23]

The Separate Regimes Delusion[edit]

In January 2021, the London Review of Books published Thrall's article, "The Separate Regimes Delusion," which argued, "The premise that Israel is a democracy, maintained by Peace Now, Meretz, the editorial board of Haaretz and other critics of occupation, rests on the belief that one can separate the pre-1967 state from the rest of the territory under its control. A conceptual wall must be maintained between two regimes: (good) democratic Israel and its (bad) provisional occupation."[24] Thrall's article was praised in Haaretz by veteran columnist Gideon Levy, who wrote, "the American writer Nathan Thrall, who lives in Jerusalem, published an eye-opening and mind-expanding piece in The London Review of Books .... Thrall doesn't hesitate to criticize the supposedly liberal-Zionist and leftist organizations, from Meretz and Peace Now to Yesh Din and Haaretz. All of them believe that Israel is a democracy and oppose annexation because it could undermine their false belief that the occupation is happening somewhere else, outside of Israel, and is only temporary."[25] Thrall's piece was cited in an April 2021 Human Rights Watch report finding that Israel is committing the crime of apartheid.[26] In an article about The Separate Regimes Delusion, Philip Weiss wrote: "Thrall's thrust is that liberal Zionists have bolstered the persistence of apartheid by insisting that that's not happening in Israel, it's only the West Bank. Israel is a democracy! There are two regimes here! Thrall's piece is a careful and lacerating exposition of the damage caused by the claim that the two 'regimes' can be separated."[27]

A Day in the Life of Abed Salama[edit]

In March 2021, The New York Review of Books published Thrall's piece, "A Day in the Life of Abed Salama: One man's quest to find his son lays bare the reality of Palestinian life under Israeli rule,"[28] together with an animated trailer.[29] The article was covered in The Washington Post,[30] Foreign Policy,[31] The American Prospect,[32] Jewish Currents,[33] European publications,[34][35] the Israeli newspaper Haaretz,[36] a podcast episode hosted by New York Times columnist Peter Beinart,[37] and a two-part, forty-minute segment on Democracy Now![38][39] Mondoweiss stated that "Thrall narrates his tale with detachment and precision, reminiscent of Hersey's Hiroshima."[40] Longreads called it "an astonishing feat of reporting" and named it a Best Feature of 2021, stating: "This isn't just the best feature I read this year. It's one of the best I've ever read, period. ... Expertly researched and brilliantly told, Thrall's feature is a masterpiece."[41][42][43]

A news article in Haaretz noted that Ro Khanna praised "A Day in the Life of Abed Salama" at the plenary session of the J Street conference and sent what is known as a "Dear Colleague" letter to the nearly 100 members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, urging them to read the "extraordinary article" that "deepens and enriches out understanding of Israel-Palestine" and "deserves our attention."[36][44][45] Attached to the Congressional letter were endorsements of the piece J.M. Coetzee, Desmond Tutu, Michelle Alexander, Frank Lowenstein, Aaron David Miller, David Shulman, Avraham Burg, former director general of Israel's Foreign Ministry Alon Liel, Ilan Baruch, Hanan Ashrawi, and the heads of B'Tselem and al-Haq, leading Israeli and Palestinian human rights organizations.[36][45][46] Thrall's piece was quoted from in the Report of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967, presented to the 47th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council.[47]

Works[edit]

Books[edit]

  • Thrall, Nathan (2017). The Only Language They Understand: Forcing Compromise in Israel and Palestine. New York, NY: Metropolitan Books, Henry Holt & Company. ISBN 978-1627797092. Hardcover ISBN 1627797092, 978-1627797092; Electronic ISBN 1627797106, 978-1627797108 (electronic book). Thrall, Nathan (2018). The Only Language They Understand: Forcing Compromise in Israel and Palestine. New York, NY: Picador. ISBN 978-1250303899. Paperback ISBN 1250303893, 978-1250303899. Audio book: Tantor Audio, 2017. ASIN: B071VGJDQK.[12]

Book Chapters[edit]

  • "Can Hamas be part of the solution?," in Jamie Stern-Weiner ed., Moment of Truth: Tackling Israel–Palestine's Toughest Questions. New York, New York: OR Books, 2018.[48]

Feature Articles[edit]

Book Reviews[edit]

Essays[edit]

Interviews[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Thrall, Nathan (2019-03-28). "How the Battle Over Israel and Anti-Semitism Is Fracturing American Politics". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  2. ^ Thrall, Nathan. "Nathan Thrall · LRB". London Review of Books. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
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  5. ^ "Nathan Thrall". Crisis Group. 2016-07-14. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  6. ^ Chomsky, Noam (2014-10-14). "Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People, UN General Assembly" (PDF). United Nations Official Document System. Retrieved 2021-10-23.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  7. ^ "UN Security Council, 7977th meeting, 20 June 2017" (PDF). United Nations Official Document System. 2017-06-20. Retrieved 2021-10-23.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  8. ^ "Nathan Thrall | Authors". Macmillan. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  9. ^ Anderson, Perry (2015). "The House of Zion". New Left Review. Retrieved 2021-10-23.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  10. ^ a b c Seaton, Matt; Thrall, Nathan. "The Endless Occupation, a New Understanding". The New York Review of Books. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  11. ^ Reed, John (2017-06-01). "The Six Day War: Israel looks back to 1967". Financial Times. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  12. ^ a b Thrall, Nathan (2017-05-16). The Only Language They Understand: Forcing Compromise in Israel and Palestine. Metropolitan Books/Henry Holt and Company. ISBN 978-1-62779-710-8.
  13. ^ "Through 'severe pressure,' U.S. can impose a two-state solution on Israel — Nathan Thrall". Mondoweiss. 2017-05-31. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  14. ^ "Nathan Thrall | Official Website | Biography". Retrieved 2009-01-12.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  15. ^ Beckerman, Gal (2017-05-22). "50 Years On, Stories of the Six Day War and What Came After". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  16. ^ Koplow, Michael J. (2019-08-14). "Language Lessons". Foreign Affairs. ISSN 0015-7120. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  17. ^ "Is Force the Solution to Peace in the Middle East?". Time. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  18. ^ Shulman, David. "Israel's Irrational Rationality". New York Review of Books. ISSN 0028-7504. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  19. ^ "The Only Language They Understand | Jewish Book Council". 2017.
  20. ^ "The Best Books of 2018, Chosen by Mosaic Authors » Mosaic". Mosaic. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  21. ^ a b c Thrall, Nathan (2020-01-29). "Opinion | Trump's Middle East Peace Plan Exposes the Ugly Truth". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  22. ^ Greenblatt, Jason (2020-01-30). "A 1-sided, distorted analysis. The ideas are dangerous to an important ally, based on an approach that has driven Palestinians (who deserve a better future) into a ditch. Time to embrace reality, seek a brighter future & stop being an arm-chair critic". Twitter. Retrieved 2021-10-23.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  23. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2020-01-31). "Refreshing to see that only days after releasing the Trump plan, one of its chief architects, @GreenblattJD , has come around to opposing approaches that are 1-sided, distorted, dangerous to US allies, & designed to drive Palestinians (who deserve better) into a ditch". Twitter. Retrieved 2021-10-23.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  24. ^ a b Thrall, Nathan (2021-01-21). "The Separate Regimes Delusion". London Review of Books. Vol. 43, no. 2. ISSN 0260-9592. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  25. ^ Levy, Gideon (2021-01-17). "Not 'Apartheid in the West Bank.' Apartheid". Haaretz. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  26. ^ "A Threshold Crossed: Israeli Authorities and the Crimes of Apartheid and Persecution". Human Rights Watch. 2021-04-27.
  27. ^ "Nathan Thrall calls out J St and other liberal Zionists for enabling apartheid". Mondoweiss. 2021-01-19. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  28. ^ a b Thrall, Nathan. "A Day in the Life of Abed Salama". The New York Review of Books. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  29. ^ The New York Review of Books (2021-03-18). "A Day in the Life of Abed Salama [video]". Vimeo.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  30. ^ "Analysis | As Israel votes again, Palestinians still wait their turn". Washington Post. ISSN 0190-8286. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  31. ^ Walt, Stephen M. "It's Time to End the 'Special Relationship' With Israel". Foreign Policy. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  32. ^ Alterman, Eric (2021-04-02). "Altercation: An Anti-Semite Who's Anything But". The American Prospect. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  33. ^ "Shabbat Reading List". Jewish Currents. 2021-03-19. Retrieved 2021-10-23.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  34. ^ "'Apartheidsstaat Israël stevent af op compleet succes voor de kolonisten'". NRC (in Dutch). Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  35. ^ a b "" Pourquoi maintenant ? " : sur les origines de la guerre des onze jours". Le Grand Continent (in French). 2021-05-29. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  36. ^ a b c "J Street Conference Marks 'A New Day in Washington' for U.S.-Israel Relations". Haaretz. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  37. ^ a b ""Occupied Thoughts": Nathan Thrall, Peter Beinart, and "A Day in the Life of Abed Salama"". Foundation for Middle East Peace. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  38. ^ a b "Nathan Thrall on the Historic Palestinian Uprising Against Israeli Control from the River to the Sea". Democracy Now!. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  39. ^ a b "Nathan Thrall on "A Day in the Life of Abed Salama" & Reality of Palestinian Life Under Israeli Rule". Democracy Now!. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  40. ^ "Monumental report on death of Palestinian boy in 'NYRB' is a critique of Zionism's racism". Mondoweiss. 2021-03-23. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  41. ^ "What Happened to Milad? A Palestinian Father Searches for His Son". Longreads. 2021-05-24. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  42. ^ "The Top 5 Longreads of the Week". Longreads. 2021-05-21. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  43. ^ "Best of 2021: Features". Longreads. 2021-12-16. Retrieved 2021-12-18.
  44. ^ The Role of Congress in Addressing Deepening Occupation and Creeping Annexation | #JStreet21 Panel, retrieved 2021-10-23
  45. ^ a b Khanna, Ro (2021-04-07). "Recommended reading from Rep Khanna: A Day in the Life of Abed Salama by Nathan Thrall" (PDF). Nathan Thrall - Author Website. Retrieved 2021-10-23.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  46. ^ "Penguin Press signs Thrall's portrait of Palestine life in three-way auction | The Bookseller". www.thebookseller.com. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  47. ^ "Report of the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967" (PDF). United Nations Official Document System. 2021-07-29. Retrieved 2021-10-23.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  48. ^ "Moment of Truth: Tackling Israel–Palestine's Toughest Questions | Edited by Jamie Stern-Weiner". OR Books. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  49. ^ "نظام الفصل العنصري في إسرائيل". عربي21 (in Arabic). 2021-01-11. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  50. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2021-02-24). "Israël est-il une démocratie ? Les illusions de la gauche sioniste - Analyse". Orient XXI (in French). Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  51. ^ "BDS: how a controversial non-violent movement has transformed the Israeli-Palestinian debate". the Guardian. 2018-08-14. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  52. ^ "לא כיבוש, אפרטהייד: כך שינה ה-BDS את השיח על הסכסוך". שיחה מקומית (in Hebrew). 2018-09-10. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  53. ^ "BDS: حركة سلمية تُحدث تحولا بالصراع الإسرائيلي الفلسطيني- 1". عربي21 (in Arabic). 2018-08-26. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  54. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2018-11-28). "Le mouvement BDS rebat les cartes du débat israélo-palestinien". Orient XXI (in French). Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  55. ^ "14/20 settembre 2018 • Numero 1273". Internazionale (in Italian). Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  56. ^ "LMd Oktoberausgabe". monde-diplomatique.de (in German). Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  57. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2017-06-02). "Opinion | The Past 50 Years of Israeli Occupation. And the Next". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  58. ^ "Israel-Palestine: the real reason there's still no peace". the Guardian. 2017-05-16. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  59. ^ Thrall, Nathan. "Obama & Palestine: The Last Chance". The New York Review of Books. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  60. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2014-12-04). "Rage in Jerusalem". London Review of Books. Vol. 36, no. 23. ISSN 0260-9592. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  61. ^ Thrall, Nathan. "Israel & the US: The Delusions of Our Diplomacy". New York Review of Books. ISSN 0028-7504. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  62. ^ Thrall, Nathan; Mitchell, George J. "Why Did George Mitchell Resign?". New York Review of Books. ISSN 0028-7504. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  63. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2015-03-11). "Faith-Based Diplomacy". Matter. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  64. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2014-09-24). "Faith-Based Diplomacy". Medium (in Arabic). Retrieved 2021-10-23.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  65. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2014-08-20). "Hamas's Chances". London Review of Books. Vol. 36, no. 16. ISSN 0260-9592. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  66. ^ "فُرَص حماس". القدس العربي. 2014-08-12. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  67. ^ Thrall, Nathan. "Whose Palestine?". The New York Review of Books. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  68. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2021-08-02). "Palestine After Fayyad". Foreign Affairs. ISSN 0015-7120. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  69. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2013-05-14). "» Dilema palestino: cooperación o conflicto - Esglobal - Política, economía e ideas sobre el mundo en español" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  70. ^ "La Palestine après Fayyad : un choix cornélien entre coopération et conflit". L'Obs (in French). 2013-05-08. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  71. ^ Thrall, Nathan. "Our Man in Palestine". New York Review of Books. ISSN 0028-7504. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  72. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2009-09-04). "Eastern Promises". The New Republic. ISSN 0028-6583. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  73. ^ Thrall, Nathan. "Truth Or Dare". GQ. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  74. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2016-12-01). "The Israelis were shooting from one direction, the Palestinians from the other". London Review of Books. Vol. 38, no. 23. ISSN 0260-9592. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  75. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2015-11-05). "Along the Divide". London Review of Books. Vol. 37, no. 21. ISSN 0260-9592. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  76. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2014-10-08). "Feeling Good about Feeling Bad". London Review of Books. Vol. 36, no. 19. ISSN 0260-9592. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  77. ^ Thrall, Nathan. "What Future for Israel?". New York Review of Books. ISSN 0028-7504. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  78. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2008-03-01). "Persian Aversion". Commentary Magazine. Retrieved 2021-10-23.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  79. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2007-11-22). "Specters of al-Qaida". The Jerusalem Post | JPost.com. Retrieved 2021-10-23.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  80. ^ "خطة ترامب للسلام في الشرق الأوسط تكشف الحقيقة البشعة". عربي21 (in Arabic). 2020-02-11. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  81. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2018-05-14). "How 1948 Still Influences the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict". Time. Retrieved 2021-10-23.{{cite magazine}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  82. ^ Thrall, Nathan; Blecher, Robert (2017-07-30). "Opinion | The Next War in Gaza Is Brewing. Here's How to Stop It". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  83. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2017-06-02). "Israeli Force Led to Arab Accommodation: How Six Days in 1967 Shaped the Modern Middle East". Council on Foreign Relations. Retrieved 2021-10-23.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  84. ^ "Trump Chases His "Ultimate Deal"". The New Yorker. 2017-05-22. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  85. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2016-09-01). "The Two-Stage Solution: Toward a Long-Term Israeli-Palestinian Truce". Mediterranean Politics. 21 (3): 432–436. doi:10.1080/13629395.2015.1126392. ISSN 1362-9395. S2CID 155957985.
  86. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2015-10-18). "Opinion | Mismanaging the Conflict in Jerusalem". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  87. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2015-10-20). "Nathan Thrall | The End of the Abbas Era · LRB 20 October 2015". LRB Blog. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  88. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2015-10-23). "» El fin de la era de Abbas - Esglobal - Política, economía e ideas sobre el mundo en español" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  89. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2015-09-30). "Abbas' Bum Bombshell". Foreign Affairs. ISSN 0015-7120. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  90. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2014-10-16). "Israeli Fears of Palestinian Recognition are Unwarranted". www.nytimes.com. Retrieved 2021-10-23.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  91. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2014-10-23). "» El temor de Israel a un reconocimiento de Palestina - Esglobal - Política, economía e ideas sobre el mundo en español" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  92. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2014-07-17). "Opinion | How the West Chose War in Gaza". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  93. ^ "ناثان ثرال: الطريق إلى حرب غزة عبّده الغرب". عربي21 (in Arabic). 2014-07-19. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  94. ^ Thrall, Nathan. "Netanyahu, Then and Now". The New York Review of Books. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  95. ^ "L'Autorité palestinienne en question". LEFIGARO (in French). 2013-06-30. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  96. ^ "الضفة الغربية: شراء هدوء ما قبل العاصفة". Crisis Group (in Arabic). 2013-06-01. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  97. ^ Thrall, Nathan, and Blecher, Robert. "Palestine's changing politics". Foreign Policy. Retrieved 2021-10-23.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  98. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2012-10-22). "Not Enough Daylight on Israel". The New York Times. Retrieved 2021-10-23.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  99. ^ "Le Hamas divisé : défis et opportunités pour l'Occident". L'Obs (in French). 2012-09-18. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  100. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2012-09-07). "» Hamás dividido - Esglobal - Política, economía e ideas sobre el mundo en español" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  101. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2012-09-19). "Hamas muss sich zwischen Muslimbrüdern und Teheran entscheiden". www.zeit.de. Retrieved 2021-10-23.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  102. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2012-06-23). "Opinion | The Third Intifada Is Inevitable". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  103. ^ "En Palestine, le calme trompeur avant une troisième intifada". L'Obs (in French). 2012-07-20. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  104. ^ "منافسو حماس في غزة". Crisis Group (in Arabic). 2011-07-01. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  105. ^ Thrall, Nathan (2011-05-05). "Opinion | Hurting Moderates, Helping Militants". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  106. ^ "مساعدة التطرّف وتقويض الاعتدال". Crisis Group (in Arabic). 2011-05-18. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  107. ^ "We Can't Expect Joe Biden to Stop Supporting Apartheid". jacobinmag.com. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  108. ^ ""Why Now?": On the Origins of the Eleven-Day War | DGAP". dgap.org. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  109. ^ جدلية, Jadaliyya-. "Connections Podcast Episode 4: Israel-Palestine: A Turning Point? with Nathan Thrall (Video)". Jadaliyya - جدلية. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  110. ^ Malley, Robert, and Modirzadeh, Naz (2020-09-03). "Hold Your Fire, Episode 1: Israel, the UAE, and Normalisation". International Crisis Group. Retrieved 2021-10-23.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  111. ^ "Gaza Protests Mark Shift in Palestinian National Consciousness". Crisis Group. 2018-04-02. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  112. ^ "Analysis | The 1967 Arab-Israeli war took six days. But 50 years later, it's still not over". Washington Post. ISSN 0190-8286. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  113. ^ "Nathan Thrall : "Israéliens et Palestiniens ne comprennent que la force"". LEFIGARO (in French). 2017-06-14. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  114. ^ "Pressuring Peace". jacobinmag.com. Retrieved 2021-10-23.
  115. ^ "The Political Scene: The Two-State Solution". The New Yorker. 2015-03-26. Retrieved 2021-10-23.{{cite magazine}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)

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