Dispatch from Aung Mingalar, Myanmar, where more than 4,000 Rohingya live separated, just across the road, from the rest of the city
The recently opened exhibition ‘Venice, the Jews and Europe 1516-2016,’ is part of dozens of events to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the city’s Jewish Ghetto
The celebrated actor authored a moving essay on the meaning of Passover and justice after taking an American Jewish World Service trip to the genocide-ravaged region
Casting a ballot with Sammy Samuels, the leader of Yangon’s minuscule Jewish community
The story of British serviceman Mordaunt Cohen
In the Israeli village of Neve Shalom, an unusual group of Jews and Arabs try to live together peacefully. It works, mostly.
Sammy Samuels will continue his father’s legacy by making sure the gate of the synagogue remains ‘unlocked.’
Late founding father Lee Kuan Yew looked to another young, security-focused state in 1965
Dispatch from an old hill station on the road to Mandalay, where prosperous Jews once summered
Tomer Kep explores his unusual legacy through haunting images
A visit with Than Than Nu, whose father U Nu welcomed Ben-Gurion, Golda Meir, and Moshe Sharett to Rangoon
David Adollah, who grew up in Phnom Penh, says God came to him in a dream
Sam Rainsy’s daughter marries fellow Yale grad William Rubenstein
Meeting a different kind of survivor abroad
The genocide committed by Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime earns a place in Washington’s Holocaust Museum
In the Peace Corps, I hid my Jewish identity. But that didn’t prevent me from experiencing anti-Semitism.