On 12 June, the Alternative Information Center (AIC) spoke with Michael Warschawski, longtime Israeli political observer and analyst, as well as co-founder of the AIC, about understanding binationalism in both an Israeli and Palestinian context, against the backdrop of 40 years of occupation. We spoke to him about the Israeli/Palestinian peace movement in the light of the larger struggle against globalization and neo-colonialism, as well as discuss some issues regarding the future of the peace movement in Israel, including one of its more controversial figures, Tali Fahima.

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