For understandable reasons, Europeans are much more comfortable condemning the familiar anti-Semitism of the far right than the sort expressed by migrants entering Europe as the victims of war and economic deprivation. Nowhere is this issue more fraught than in Germany.
Is Germany Capable of Protecting Its Jews?
29th Apr 2018
The year 2018 has thus far been toxic for black-Jewish relations. In February, Women’s March co-president Tamika Mallory attended the…
25th May 2018
The Cold War didn’t “end” — it was won. — George H. W. Bush, 1992 As U.S.–Russian relations reach a…
24th May 2018
Donald Trump ascended to the presidency challenging the basic precepts of America’s relationship with Europe: NATO, he proclaimed, was not…
22nd May 2018