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Here are 4 very good reasons why you can feel proud of Al-Shabaka’s track record since it was launched in April 2010.

4.Introducing new areas for analysis, e.g. the environment (Drying Palestine) and education (Another Casualty of Israel's Wars) to amplify Al-Shabaka’s strong showing in economics (e.g. Capitalists that Have Gone Too Far and Donor Complicity) and politics (e.g. What Price Palestine’s Security Sector and What's Stopping the 3rd Intifada).

3.The impressive expansion of Al-Shabaka’s media presence, as seen in this selection from Al-Shabaka’s top 2014 placements: The New York Times (here and here), The Hill’s Congress Blog and its Contributors Blog, Le Monde Diplomatique, The Huffington Post (here and here), The Nation, Al Jazeera and Mondoweiss.

2.Key agencies such as Al-Jazeera America, Ma'an News Agency, Quds News Network, Middle East Monitor, Open Democracy, and others reprinted Al-Shabaka’s policy materials in English or Arabic, and/or featured the network’s analysts.

1.Finally, a new, more user-friendly website is almost ready to roll out – watch this space!

Thank you. Your contribution is crucial in helping Al-Shabaka to put a powerful Palestinian policy voice on the local and international map.