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Jews and the Armenian Genocide

The 100th anniversary is the time for Israel to rethink the moral concession it has made by abetting Turkish denial

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Jewish Organizations Must Stop Denying the Armenian Genocide

Staying silent in the face of radical evil is wrong. It’s time for us to engage.

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Can Data Predict the Next Genocide?

New project uses statistics to spot—and publicize—potential mass killings

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Ctrl-F-Genocide

Sam Harris reminds Andrew Sullivan to choose his words wisely on Gaza

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Not for Our Tragedy Alone

The genocide committed by Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime earns a place in Washington’s Holocaust Museum

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Rudy Giuliani’s New Low

‘America’s Mayor,’ who once called for U.S. intervention in Kosovo, is now consulting for Serbian nationalists

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Sundown: Obama Supplicates Abbas

Plus remembering Fischer and Uncle Leo, and more

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State of Denial

It’s time for Israel to rethink its rejection of the Armenian Genocide

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Hearing Voices

When a writer sits down to work, a cacophony of personalities sits down with him

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In the Toilet

There are distinct similarities between what comes out on the page and what comes out in the w.c.

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Today on Tablet

Spy games, evading the next Holocaust, and more

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In the Attic

A writer wonders which neighbor will hide him when the next genocide happens

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Turkish Leader’s Selective Memory

Why we must remember the Armenians

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Harvard Affiliate Lambasted Over Gaza Remarks

Kramer’s policies would lower birth rate

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Sundown: Congressional Committee Labels Armenian ‘Genocide’

Plus Hitler the abortionist, the Sabbath Manifesto, and more

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Today on Tablet

Shalom Auslander talks genocide in his first column

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Go for the Kill

The Foreskin’s Lament author is at work on a new project: a comic novel about genocide

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Sundown: An Undivided Yerushalayim

Plus Chávez and Ban Ki-moon on Israel, and more

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Remembrance Day

Building a memorial always brings fraught politics, especially on a hilltop in Rwanda

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Primary Source

Grigoris Balakian was the Primo Levi of the Armenian Genocide. Ninety years later, his memoir is published in English.