Bernard-Henri Lévy remembers his friend and mentor, the activist and journalist of the ‘Nouvel Observateur’ and doyen of the French left
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is awesome. But other Jewish women deserve to have books written about them, too.
A new documentary traces the rise, fall, and amazing rediscovery of the world’s first Arab cartoon star
In an attempt to Make Hungary Great Again, the populist government digs up some musty anti-Semitic nationalists for its recommended reading lists instead
‘Four Winters’ is a documentary with suspense, humor, and zero sentimentality
Stories about Kremlin trolls and Moscow hacking U.S. elections are useful scapegoats to avoid the reality of America’s deep political dysfunction
How Yiddish—the language and the sensibility—made its mark on American advertising
The delicious dish on the secret Jewish origins of a delicious dish
When will we see that our own house is on fire?
Ex-British MP Ian Austin talks about the encounters with Holocaust survivors that shamed him into leaving the Labour Party
The Democratic Party establishment is faced with a choice of nominating a socialist for president or sending their young shock troops out into the netherworld of third-party politics
The late playwright and poet finds himself embraced by the mainstream audiences he spent his life rebelling against