How Jews in Prague and Sofia overthrew their troubled communal leadership with the crumbling of the Soviet bloc
After the fall, no sign of humility from the Student Union’s casual socialists
The Labour Party’s Queen Esthers are fighting gales of abuse while hoping to save their island on Thursday from Jeremy Corbyn and his army of anti-Semitic trolls
On the Anniversary of Kristallnacht and the Fall of the Berlin Wall, Remembering East Germany’s Jews
‘We really were naive, I suppose. More than I like to admit.’
Renaud Camus, whose theory of a ‘great replacement’ is echoed by white nationalists and mass killers, was once a disciple of the literary theorist Roland Barthes
In Kyiv, the first meeting between the two world leaders of Jewish descent was short on accomplishments but big on symbolism
Against the Current: Germany’s Iranian-Born MP on the Front Lines for Israel and Jewish Life in Germany
Bijan Djir-Sara came to Germany from Iran at 11 and has become one of the Bundestag’s leading opponents of BDS and champions of the Jewish state
Volodymyr Zelensky won the election, but can he govern?
Tablet’s Vladislav Davidzon gained special access to Volodymyr Zelensky, Ukraine’s enigmatic new leader who once played the president on TV. Here, Davidzon shares his impressions of Zelensky and his predictions for Ukraine’s political future.
Jonathan Brent speaks with Polish scholar Elżbieta Janicka about the campaign to absolve occupied Poland for its role in the Holocaust and blame Jews for their own slaughter
With a Jewish comedian favored to win this weekend’s first round of elections, Tablet reflects on 20 years of progress with the current head of Ukraine’s Jewish community, Boris Lozhkin
Why is Germany’s Best Known Jewish Journalist Giving Speeches to Its Holocaust-Downplaying, Far-Right Party?
The son of Holocaust survivors, Henryk Broder was once an esteemed writer and advocate for Israel and has now become a defender of the German far right