The Iran of white supremacism.
A mission in which a young Vladimir Putin was involved.
A forgotten piece of British history, with implications for Israel.
And Jewish groups have been duped.
Reflections on the anniversary of the celebrated refusenik’s release.
To ex-KGB officers, Jews are extremely powerful.
The arrest records of Levi Yitzḥak Schneerson.
How to succeed in espionage without really trying.
From Lithuania to Brooklyn to Tel Aviv.
His former handler is Putin’s Middle East envoy.
David Bezmozgis’s The Betrayers tells the story of Baruch Kotler, a Soviet refusenik-turned-Israeli politician, and his encounter with Vladimir Tankilevich, the man who betrayed Kotler. . .
Vasily Grossman’s magnum opus, Life and Fate, ranks among the greatest novels ever written about World War II. The USSR banned it—among other reasons, for. . .