Jews were both victims and victimizers.
Alexei Navalny doesn’t seek to avoid prison, but to defeat Putin.
Thanks to a small group of dedicated rabbis.
To understand why religion will never die, one need only look at the unrelenting efforts of Communist regimes to criminalize and crush faith; they failed.
The fate of Christians and Jews under Communism should serve as a lesson to contemporary atheists for whom persecution is only another word for religion.
While publicly feuding with Egypt’s Anwar Sadat, privately the USSR was preparing the ground for a war that began 40 years ago this week and. . .
Seth Lipsky’s new biography of Abraham Cahan, founder of the Forverts, sheds light on his break with Marxist orthodoxy and anti-Zionism to form a new,. . .
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. . .
The Swedish diplomat who saved thousands of Jews from Nazi Hungary died in Soviet custody in 1947. New revelations from Hungary’s archives may explain why he was there.