James Kirchick, a fellow with the Foreign Policy Initiative, is a columnist at Tablet magazine and the author of The End of Europe: Dictators, Demagogues and the Coming Dark Age. His Twitter feed is @jkirchick.
Does it matter if a country consciously lies about its past? An excerpt from the new book, 'The End of Europe.'
By James Kirchick · March 13, 2017
Berlin-based Israeli artist rebukes those who abuse the city's monument to victims of the Shoah
By James Kirchick · January 19, 2017
The GOP has already lost its soul to its most radical elements. Will the Dems, like Britain’s Labour, now do the same?
By James Kirchick · January 9, 2017
Karski's foundation will present the 'New York Times' columnist with its leadership award on Tuesday—a poor choice given that Kristof has failed to confront Iran's Holocaust denial or its sponsorship of Assad
By James Kirchick · October 31, 2016
Campus Week: Lessons learned—and avoided—in a free-speech debacle in the Ivy League
By James Kirchick · September 22, 2016
The sad story of Milo Yiannopoulos: the Trump troll with Daddy issues
By James Kirchick · June 1, 2016
Something is rotten in the United Kingdom
By James Kirchick · May 10, 2016
As leader of the free world, the GOP candidate would be no better for his disaffected fans than Hamas has been for its so-called constituents—so, why do we fetishize the ‘white working-class voter’ and his opinions?
By James Kirchick · April 11, 2016
A gay-rights group, caving to anti-Israel extremists, decides to cancel an 'intensely divisive' Jewish event—and then, under opposite pressure, decides to include it. The flawed lesson? The victim who shouts the loudest gets what they want in today's hyper-politicized cultural climate.
By James Kirchick · January 21, 2016
Why the comparison is more 'virtue signal' than productive policy stance
By James Kirchick · December 4, 2015
The ugly accusation that Jews ‘use’ the Shoah to drive nations to war migrates from the swamps of the right to the foreign policy left
By James Kirchick · March 19, 2015