Part one of a series on Ukrainian Jewish writers
A response to Vladislav Davidzon
Ilya Khrazhanovsky, the controversial filmmaker who served as artistic director of the Babyn Yar Memorial Foundation, resigns amid an investigation into his oligarch patron
As I came to embrace my Ukrainian heritage, I tried to find out what really happened to my great-grandfather in Kyiv during WWII. A collection of old letters finally offered some clues.
As the Kremlin steps up its destruction of Ukraine’s most historic port city, Odessans face a choice between their Russian imperial past and a patriotic Ukrainian future
The search for neo-Nazis under the bedsheets reflects American progressive hysteria, not Ukrainian reality
Who perpetrated the Lviv pogrom of July 1941?
Kyiv is fighting three wars, not one—and time likely favors Moscow
Drinking wine with Russophone New York’s funniest shtetl poet
Selections from ‘War and Constraint,’ at the Fondation Fiminco
Only the West can guarantee victory for Ukraine
With a new Cold War emerging, can Israel continue to sit on the fence?
A Holocaust survivor and her family in hiding and on the run
Sanctions have failed to break Putin, and the West is running out of missiles and bullets
An exchange between Bernard-Henri Lévy and Natan Sharansky, from the recent Tablet event in partnership with the Jewish Confederation of Ukraine
The Ukrainian Catholic Church in America facilitates financial, material, and spiritual assistance to Ukraine through a network of churches and a university in Lviv
More than a century after my own great-grandfather left Odessa for America, a family from Kharkiv found refuge in our house in New York
A Tablet exclusive from the Kyiv Jewish Forum