What the Russian novel’s account of cosmic evil says about radical terrorism
A conversation with Natan Sharansky, author of ‘Never Alone: Prison, Politics, and My People’
Latvian Jews fought with Stalin against the Nazis for their very existence
Newly discovered oral histories and memoirs depict horrifying Jewish experiences of Nazi brutality that were silenced and erased under Soviet rule
Journalism doesn’t have to stifle the truth in the service of fashionable causes and personal narcissism. It’s a choice.
Are Jewish politics as they exist today a result of our Russian past?
Alexander ‘Sasha’ Pechersky led a successful prisoner revolt at the Sobibor death camp. His story of extraordinary courage was also the story of millions of Soviet Jews who lived and died in a country that refused to acknowledge their fate.
McCarthyism, woke-ism, and America’s war on humor and perversity
A new foreword to Julius Margolin’s stunning, recovered memoir of the gulag
Writing off the threat of ‘far-left fascism’ because Trump used the phrase in a speech ignores the deep roots of America’s current revolutionary moment
In Memory of R. Adin Even Israel Steinsaltz