Turning history into hope
A series by James Carroll looking at the Middle East peace process.
(Anthony Russo for The Boston Globe)
Until a mutual understanding of Israeli and Palestinian traumas is reached, peace will be elusive. (9/6/10)
Deep-rooted Christian tradition has put its mark on British and US policies in the Mideast. (8/22/10)
The ghosts in the room during the Mideast peace process have a long history in another region. (8/8/10)
Amid long histories of exile and despair, return and triumph, all eyes are on Jerusalem. (7/25/10)
Anti-Semitism and colonialism have trapped Israelis and Palestinians. (7/11/10)