I reclaimed my Hungarian citizenship just in time to vote in Sunday’s historic election
Looking for gravestones and finding poetry in Hungary
Scenes from a postwar childhood in Budapest
The billionaire financier deemed Hungarian anti-Semitism a thing of the past in the 1990s. Would he amend that view today?
The terrible cost of Rabbi Yoel Teitelbaum’s life and actions during the Holocaust, and his later extremism
Opposing views on the state of Viktor Orbán’s country
Was dumping Imre Kertész from the school curriculum an act of state anti-Semitism? A letter of reply.
In an attempt to Make Hungary Great Again, the populist government digs up some musty anti-Semitic nationalists for its recommended reading lists instead
Tablet Fiction: Moritz and Max have a plan to get back what’s theirs
The 30th anniversary of the nation’s liberation is troubled not only by its past but also by its present
Remembering the Hungarian writer and dissident György Konrád, who died last month at age 86
How change swept across central Europe 30 years ago this fall
Israel’s alliance with illiberal regimes can be necessary and justified but not when they embolden anti-Semitic dog whistles
Tablet Original Fiction: I don’t even know if I am a boy or a girl
Orphaned by Auschwitz, he devoted his life to documenting the Nazis’ crimes
A new dispatch from Budapest on the anti-immigrant, authoritarian takeover of civil society that’s winning voters and inspiring right-wing populists around the world
Tucked away and hidden from view, remnants of the Jewish life that once thrived in the city’s 8th District still glimmer
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