The UN recognizes slivovitz.
The pivot to Asia starts in the Middle East.
How a much-lauded historian with a genius for identifying similarities—but no eye for differences—misreads Jewish history.
There were many more illiterate Jews in the Tsarist empire than we tend to think there were.
Collaboration in the slaughter of the Jews on the one hand, “Jewish crimes” against Lithuanians on the other.
What underlies Poland’s new Holocaust legislation.
The Yale historian’s much-lauded new book promises a revolutionary view of the Holocaust. But it misleads more than it enlightens.
Forgetting the long history of anti-Semitism.
February 16 is Lithuanian independence day. Since 2008, an organization with openly pro-Nazi sympathies has used the date for its annual march through the city. . .
The Moscow-based “World Without Nazism” (WWN) purports to be an independent organization dedicated to combating anti-Semitism and neo-fascism in Europe. In reality, it is a. . .
When the totalitarian regimes of the Eastern bloc collapsed in 1989, some predicted a return of virulent anti-Semitism. Certainly, it has not disappeared. But the. . .
A first-hand report on the refugees from the war-torn towns of eastern Ukraine.
Remembering Jan Karski, the Pole who told FDR to his face about the Holocaust, and still wondered if he’d done enough.