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. . .
What you think you know about Jewish life in Eastern Europe is wrong, argues a fascinating (but problematic) new book.
Acquiescing in Russian aggression, as the West has done, is wholly incompatible with the defense of democracy, to which the West professes attachment.