Sabrien Amrov received her B.A in Conflict Studies and Human Rights and her M.A. in International Relations from the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Ottawa. Prior to joining SETA, she held a political intern position at the Embassy of Canada in Ankara. She was also a visiting fellow at the Ibrahim Abu Lughod Institute for International Studies at Birzeit University in Palestine, where she conducted field research on the security provision in the Occupied Palestinian Territory. She is fluent in French, Arabic and English. She is studying Turkish.
Israel has emerged unchallenged despite the level of its impunity this year. This evasion speaks to the international pattern where state officials' voice outrage against its impunity but do not follow up with concrete sanctions.
What did Israel want to achieve in its latest assault on Gaza? What does the Palestinian reconciliation reveal at this current stage of the Israeli Palestinian conflict? Have the international and regional perceptions changed with this latest attack on Gaza?