Charlotte Lawson

Charlotte Lawson is a reporter at The Dispatch and currently based in Tel Aviv, Israel. Prior to joining the company in 2020, she studied history and global security at the University of Virginia. When Charlotte is not keeping up with foreign policy and world affairs, she is probably trying to hone her photography skills.

Charlotte Lawson
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Israel’s Northern Front Looms

Will Hezbollah bring about another Israel-Lebanon war?

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Israel’s Citizen Soldiers

The large-scale deployment of reservists is felt on the homefront.

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Benjamin Netanyahu’s Looming Political Predicament

Can the career of Israel’s longest-serving prime minister survive this war?

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Can Displaced Israelis Go Home Again?

If so, restoring a sense of security to communities near Gaza will be the biggest challenge.

Israel Tests Iran’s ‘Axis of Resistance’

The strike that killed Saleh al-Arouri puts Iran and Hezbollah’s wavering support for Hamas in the spotlight.

Israel’s War Against Hamas Continues to Broaden

Flare-ups across the Middle East can be traced back to Tehran.

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Israel’s Refugee Crisis Could Drag on For Months

‘All of my life I built a home, a place where I can be safe. But now I know that I don’t have that anymore.’

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Israeli Civil Society Steps Up

Government officials look to civilian volunteer groups for help in the aftermath of October 7.

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Qatar Sees Opportunity in Israel’s Hostage Crisis

The Gulf monarchy’s longtime links to Hamas make it a questionable, but perhaps vital, middleman.

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Thousands March for Israel

‘This is our family. They’re our mishpacha. It runs through our veins.’