Earlier this week, the Trump administration announced a peace plan for the Middle East. What does this really mean for Israel and Palestine? For the first part of today’s show, Palestinian journalist and peace activist Ahmed Abu Artema and Jennifer Loewenstein, longtime observer of the Middle East, offer responses. In the second segment, investigative reporter […]
The US appears to be escalating its drive to start a war with Iran. To shed light on the situation, Allen speaks to two long-time observers of US intervention in the Middle East, David Barsamian and Jennifer Loewenstein. David Barsamian is an investigative journalist and critic of US imperial policy, especially in the Middle East […]
Host Allen Ruff speaks with Jennifer Loewenstein, a freelance journalist and activist and faculty in Penn State University’s Department of Middle East Studies. Loewenstein has been covering conflicts in the Middle East for approaching thirty years, and her work has appeared in academic journals such as the Journal of Palestine Studies and popular outlets like CounterPunch Magazine and Palestine Chronicle. In the […]
On the July 22 edition of A Public Affair, Esty Dinur discusses the situation in Turkey with guest Jennifer Loewenstein, including the attempted coup and what has transpired since, and Turkish relations with the U.S., and more. Turkey Jennifer Loewenstein is a senior lecturer of Middle Eastern Studies and English at Penn State University.
Britain’s Chilcot report lays out in detail the incompetence and outright lies used to sell the Iraq war. Tony Castaneda’s guests, Jennifer Loewenstein of Penn State and Norm Stockwell of The Progressive, discuss what was known during the war buildup versus the version peddled by Tony Blair, George Bush and other war supporters.
In today’s edition of A Public Affair, Allen Ruff speaks wit Jennifer Loewenstein, associate professor of Middle East studies at Penn State. In a prerecorded interview, they’ll discuss the current situation, the mounting crisis centered in Syria, and the longer historical context for it.