Hannah Arendt

When egocentric fantasy passes for higher morality.

David Mikics
Nov. 19 2019 12:01AM

Through her own lack of solidarity with her people.

Shalom Carmy
Oct. 18 2019 12:01AM

Prewar, no countries had wanted to take in Europe’s Jews. Postwar, many were poised to claim the spoils of the murdered—until an unprecedented group of experts stepped in.

Sept. 17 2019 1:02AM

In 1948, the nascent state enjoyed political support from almost the entire global left. A new book by a member of today’s left takes a close look at how and why that changed.

July 23 2019 12:01AM

Disillusionment with Communism went hand in hand with an embrace of Jewishness.

Joseph Epstein
May 21 2019 12:01AM

Problems “intrinsic to left politics rather than random aberrations.”

David Mikics
April 5 2019 12:01AM

A new movie revives an old debate about the banality of evil and the perversity of brilliance.

Aug. 30 2018 12:01AM

A book that hasn’t lost its ability to appall.

Ruth Wisse
Feb. 23 2018 12:01AM

Norman Podhoretz and the question of Jewish passivity during the Holocaust.

Ruth Wisse
Nov. 27 2017 12:01AM

Seventy years of libels.

Moshe Fuksman Shal
July 20 2016 12:01AM

Evil, but not so banal.

Jeffrey Herf
Nov. 11 2015 12:01AM

Incident at Vichy was first staged in 1965.

Maxim Shrayer
May 29 2015 12:01AM