Sandy Tolan

Sandy Tolan is author of the international bestseller "The Lemon Tree" and "Children of the Stone: The Power of Music in a Hard Land." He has reported from more than 35 countries, and extensively from Native American country. He is associate professor at the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at USC. Visit his website or follow him on Twitter: @sandy_tolan

From peace to armageddon: The Israel-Palestine nightmare Sandy Tolan
John Kerry plays Eisenhower: A farewell address dispenses hard truths, a little too late Sandy Tolan
Israel and Palestine won't see a two-state solution anytime soon, even under a President Hillary Clinton Sandy Tolan
Dakota pipeline protesters confront the "black snake": "We're living by the fire" Sandy Tolan
We blew it after 9/11. We're blowing it again after Paris Sandy Tolan
Our media's context-free zone: "There is much more alarm when Israelis rather than Palestinians are dying" Sandy Tolan
Divine inspiration or pure politics: What's behind Charles Schumer's opposition to Obama's Iran deal Sandy Tolan
America's dangerous "Exodus" fantasy: What's lost in the Israel-Palestine debate Sandy Tolan
"When the occupation is over, then I’ll allow myself to dream" Sandy Tolan
This is an extremist madman: The Israeli politician who calls for beheadings, and the Republicans who allow it Sandy Tolan
Israel's self-defeating "victory": How peace was squandered in Gaza Sandy Tolan
Obama is missing the real Israel Sandy Tolan
Our last Thanksgiving Sandy Tolan
Free speech and the "clash of civilizations" Sandy Tolan
Palestine's losing battle for land Sandy Tolan