Only on the surface.
As told by the author of The Dybbuk.
The number of Jews leaving Russia rose steeply in 2014.
The recently murdered politician was born to a Jewish mother.
David Rozenson, a St. Petersburg-born Jewish educator and activist, recently received an award from the World Wide Association for St. Petersburg Leadership in a ceremony. . .
A major organ of Russia’s state-controlled press has published a dubious report on the distribution of wealth among the country’s various ethnic groups. Jews, unsurprisingly,. . .
To the bestselling novelist Gary Shteyngart, the success achieved by Soviet Jewish immigrants in America is a tragic sellout. He should speak for himself.
Plans are afoot to construct a park where Moscow’s ghetto once stood. Will the new development make room for the area’s Jewish past?
Old Odessa was tempting: a Vegas-like playground free of restrictions where “you can see the flames of hell.” But what does Odessa tell us. . .