Jewish graveyards in Eastern Europe are crumbling, neglected, and vandalized. Who will be responsible for protecting them—and their communities’ history?
Sources suggest the U.S. actively pressured Ukrainian officials to declare Jerusalem settlements ‘illegal’
Anti-Semitic tensions are rising in Uman, Ukraine
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.
Seventy-five years after the massacre at Babi Yar, a moment of reckoning, a lesson in awareness and forgiveness, and a path towards redemption
Numerous Ukrainian Jewish figures gave impassioned speeches in Ukraine’s parliament, including Israeli President Reuven Rivlin
A wedding present, a family history, and Ukraine’s dark 20th century, 75 years after Babi Yar
Tracing the suspicious-looking, and messy, ties between a Ukrainian oligarch, an elections-information firm, and the GOP candidate’s former campaign manager
75 years after a little-known massacre, another memorial in Eastern Europe is erected to obfuscate the history of World War II
The trial of Hennadiy Korban is widely seen as a proxy conflict between oligarchs Ihor Kolomoyskyi and Ukrainian President Poroshenko
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
Ukrainian Jewish leader: ‘In this region there does not exist even the slightest manifestation of xenophobia or ethnic intolerance’
A Jewish refugee from Uzbekistan had an American Dream
Video: This Ukrainian sour sorrel soup is a refreshing way to welcome summer
George Orwell would wince at the Russian leader’s gross distortions of history
Taking sides at home in the ongoing fight for sovereignty in Ukraine
Igor Kolomoisky gets longstanding U.S. visa ban overturned
Igor Kolomoisky resigns governorship following weeklong confrontation
Voices from Europe: Questions of identity, visibility follow a move to Basel
A new memoir by the grandson of a Russian bibliophile is also a great intellectual history of the 20th century
As the Russian leader tightens his grip on the region, who will be the last to flee the fighting?
My father used to bristle at a family legend about putting one’s life in God’s hands. Now he has come around—and so have I.
Aliyah rates from Western Europe alone increased 88 percent
Eastern Bloc liberalism changed the Former Soviet Union and now Ukraine. Will the Velvet Revolution end there?
Victor Pinchuk was awarded the Sheptytsky Medal at the Kiev Hilton, uniting Bernard-Henri Lévy, rabbis, presidents, glitterati
A Q&A with the Right Sector Parliamentarian Borislav Bereza
She was an enforcer of liberal morality in the face of cultish leader worship in the former Soviet Union. Who can take up her mantle?
Security concerns won’t derail annual Breslover pilgrimage to Uman