Samer Jaber is a Palestinian analyst and activist.
Analysis: Post-war planning has largely ignored Palestinian political parties, who have their own comprehensive vision for Gaza, and Palestine's, future.
Comment: Odeh's prolonged struggle with injustice in US courts after years of Israeli torture and imprisonment strikes a chord with every advocate of human rights, argues Samer Jaber.
Comment: The second part of Samer Jaber's study of the people who win big from the continuing fall-out from the Nakba focuses on academia and the Palestinian political leadership.
Comment: Who wins in Palestine's status quo? The first part of Samer Jaber's critique studies international organisations and NGOs.
Comment: Palestinian civil society groups rely on international funding agencies - but donors often mandate that workers have no history of opposing Israel.
Comment: While college life may be known as a bastion of liberalism, leftist thinking isn't always encouraged at the nation's seats of higher learning when it comes to Palestine.
Comment: Tight control of Gaza has been paramount in the relationship between Cairo and Tel Aviv, and Sisi's need for US funding is strengthening their friendship, says Samer Jaber.