List of Publications
Dana, Tariq (2014), “Disconnecting Civil Society from its Historical Extension: NGOs and Neoliberalism in Palestine", In Takahashi, Saul (ed.), Human Rights, Human Security, National Security: The Intersection, Praeger Security International.
Dana, Tariq (2013), “Alternative Development or Development Alternative? Post-Development Theory and Prospects of Social Movements in Palestine” Bisan Center for Research and Development, Ramallah, Palestine.
Research Papers and Peer-Reviewed Articles:
Dana, Tariq (Forthcoming, 2015) “The Symbiosis Between Palestinian ‘Fayyadism’ and Israeli ‘Economic Peace: A Capitalist Peace?” In special issue, Journal of Conflict, Security and Development.
Dana, Tariq (2015) “The structural Transformation of Palestinian Civil Society: Key Paradigm Shifts. Middle East Critique.
Dana, Tariq (2014), “Resistance Economy: What Is It and Can It Provide an Alternative?”, PAL papers, Rosa Luxemburg Foundation.
Dana, Tariq (2013), “Towards Alternative Development Model in the Jordan Valley”, Bisan Center for Research and Development, Ramallah.
Dana, Tariq (2013), “The Political Economy of ‘Products Laundering’ in Jericho and the Jordan Valley” (with Basel Natsheh), Bisan Center for Research and Development, Ramallah.
Dana, Tariq (forthcoming, 2015), “Corruption in Palestine: A Self-Enforcing System?”, The Palestinian Policy Network (Al-Shabaka)
Dana, Tariq (2014), “The Palestinian Capitalists that Have Gone Too Far”, The Palestinian Policy Network (Al-Shabaka)
Dana, Tariq (2013), “Palestinian Civil Society: What Went Wrong?” The Palestinian Policy Network (Al-Shabaka)
Ongoing Research Projects:
“Beyond de-development: class structure, political allegiances and economic alliances in the new political economy of the occupied Palestinian territory”, Birzeit University, LSE and Council for British Research in the Levant.
“The Palestinian National Movement After Oslo”, research paper, Council for British Research in the Levant.
“The Political Representation of Palestinian Refugees”, Birzeit University.
Online Articles and Commentaries:
“The Beginning of the End of the Palestinian Security Coordination with Israel?” Jadaliyya (2014): http://www.jadaliyya.com/pages/index/18379/the-beginning-of-the-end-of-palestinian-security-c
“Palestine’s Capitalism”, Jacobin Magazine (2014): https://www.jacobinmag.com/2014/02/palestines-capitalists/
“The Palestinian Resistance and Its Enemies”, Jacobin (2014): https://www.jacobinmag.com/2014/07/the-palestinian-resistance-and-its-enemies/
“L’ANP Pronta a Scaricare Hamas” Il Manifisto (2014): http://ilmanifesto.info/lanp-pronta-a-scaricare-hamas/
“Israel-Palestinian Security Collaboration Called into Question” The Hill (2014): http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/foreign-policy/211102-israeli-palestinian-security-collaboration-called-into
“Saudi Arabia and Israel Against Gaza” Alternative Information Center (2014): http://www.alternativenews.org/english/index.php/blogs/tariq-dana/8379-saudi-arabia-and-israel-against-gaza
“Thoughts on the Third Intiafad” Alternative Information Center (2014): http://www.alternativenews.org/english/index.php/blogs/tariq-dana
“The Disunity of the Palestinian Unity” Alternative Information Center (2014): http://www.alternativenews.org/english/index.php/blogs/other-comentators/8146-the-disunity-of-the-palestinian-unity
“Between the Third Way and Economic Peace: an Ideological Encounter? Badil, (2013): http://www.badil.org/en/al-majdal/item/1910-art16
Tariq Dana is Policy Advisor for the Palestinian Policy Netwrok (Al-Shabaka). He is a Senior Research Fellow at Ibrahim Abu-Lughod Institute of International Studies (Birzeit University) and a faculty member at the MA program in International Studies where he teaches courses on global political economy. Before Birzeit, Tariq was assistant professor of political science at Hebron University, Palestine. He was also a research fellow at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva (2013-2014), and a Phd visiting fellow at School of Oriental and African Studies, London (2010-2011). His research interests include political economy, civil society, social movements/ NGOs, and state-society relations with a particular focus on Palestine and the MENA region.