Japan’s ‘Balanced’ Position on Palestine Fails to Impress
By Thisanka Siripala
In Japan, protests calling for a humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza are at odds with the government’s stance in the Israeli-Hamas war.
Xinjiang vs Gaza: The West’s Shifting Definition of ‘Genocide’
By Juan Alberto Ruiz Casado
The Global North’s foreign policy has a glaring contradiction regarding China’s abuses in Xinjiang and Israel’s in Palestine.
No Hedging for Malaysia in Israel-Hamas Conflict
By Collins Chong Yew Keat
Malaysia is a clear supporter of the Palestinian cause and is unlikely to bend over backwards for Western powers.
India Once Was a Strong Ally of Palestine. What Changed?
By Jannatul Naym Pieal
India this time around has taken a much stronger pro-Israel stand than is typical during Israeli-Palestinian conflicts.
Uzbekistan’s Imams Stand in Solidarity With Palestine, Caution Against Propaganda
By Niginakhon Saida
Solidarity with and concerns about Palestine are not a new development among Uzbeks, but there have been a variety of responses to the escalating conflict in the Middle East.
Agony for Australia’s Palestinian Community as War Rages on in Gaza
By Dechlan Brennan
“So, there's the pain of the suffering in Palestine – our homeland – but then there's the feeling of abandonment. It’s an otherness. It’s like we don’t belong in Australia, we don't belong on Earth almost.”
How Is the Israel-Hamas War Being Framed in Central Asia?
By Colleen Wood
Journalists, influencers, and religious teachers are using social media to inform Central Asians about the Israel-Hamas war.
Hong Kongers Plan Mass Prayer in Solidarity With Palestine
By Jessie Lau
After police denied permission for a protest, advocates planned a prayer to raise local awareness of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Can China’s Israel-Palestine Peace Plan Work?
By William Figueroa
China’s four-point proposal for peace in the Middle East is the same one Beijing has raised, to little effect, for nearly a decade.
What Are China and Russia Saying About the Israel-Palestine Conflict?
By Danil Bochkov
Beijing and Moscow have taken up similar positions on the escalating violence in the Middle East.
China Urges US to Play Constructive Role in Gaza Diplomacy
By Associated Press
China’s Foreign Ministry accused Washington of preventing U.N. Security Council action on the crisis in Gaza.
The Gaza Crisis and Indian Discourse
By Kabir Taneja
Despite the BJP’s attempts to stay above the fray, India’s public is being affected by images from Gaza.