Jo-Ann Mort has reported and written commentary from the West Bank, Gaza, and Israel for a range of publications including The American Prospect, Foreign Policy, The Chicago Tribune, Dissent, and The Forward. She is also a strategic adviser to progressive organizations in the U.S., Israel, and the Palestinian Authority areas.
A conversation with Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Mohammad ShtayyehJo-Ann MortJul 23, 2019
Is imprisoned Young Fatah leader Marwan Barghouti the last best hope for Palestinian nationalism?Jo-Ann MortJul 12, 2007
For Fatah and its allies to succeed in building a viable alternative to Hamas, they must provide food for the tables and a credible security command.Jo-Ann MortJul 06, 2007
1967 was the year that Israel, and the Mid-East, changed. As Tom Segev shows, the country still lives with the consequences, forty years later.Jo-Ann MortJun 13, 2007
Attention, Democratic candidates: Most American Jews aren't hardliners on Israel.Jo-Ann MortMay 20, 2007