Exhibitions in Paris and Vienna put the Jewish composer and painter's creative and personal life in perspective
Serhiy Leshchenko publicized documents allegedly revealing an effort by Trump's former campaign manager to cover up payments he received from a pro-Russian political party in Ukraine
Rival Ukrainian government factions also have their reasons for dropping dirt on the former campaign manager and consultant to the underbelly of world governance
The anti-Semitic remarks are a confounding addition to the legacy of a national heroine
In Erbil, Kurdish officials and high-ranking Peshmerga took in BHL's latest doc about the fight for a city that rages on
Sources suggest the U.S. actively pressured Ukrainian officials to declare Jerusalem settlements ‘illegal’
Anti-Semitic tensions are rising in Uman, Ukraine
Ukrainian citizens have expressed shock at the vast wealth of their political representatives, many of whom carry millions on hand
The Ukrainian government announced this week a new statue dedicated to a controversial nationalist. Elsewhere, scores of Lenin monuments are being torn down. But Soviet nostalgia remains ubiquitous.
As ceremonies in Kiev commemorating the victims of the Babi Yar massacre draw to a close, a number of speeches by Ukrainian dignitaries have brought the atrocity into a clear, historical focus
Numerous Ukrainian Jewish figures gave impassioned speeches in Ukraine's parliament, including Israeli President Reuven Rivlin
'A great independent and irreverent spirit and a moralizing political dissident in the great Russian tradition'
Dispatch from La Croisette: Woody Allen’s critics hogged the spotlight until Bernard-Henri Lévy waltzed in with the Kurdish high command
Detainment widely viewed as a proxy conflict between Ukrainian oligarchs Ihor Kolomoisky and President Poroshenko
The Ukrainian monument overlooks the ravine where nearly 34,000 Jews were killed in 1941
Pope Francis endorsed a decree that deems the Ukrainian Archbishop—who sheltered more than one hundred Jews during World War II—as 'Venerable'
Adolf Shayevich speaks his mind in recent interview in Snob magazine