Tag Archives: Jews

France and Its Jews

France must act quickly to stop a new wave of anti-Semitism.

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5 Facts: The Biggest Predicament for Israel

Adverse demographic trends are at the heart of the problems for Israel.

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Living Where You Don’t Make the Rules (Part II)

Openness versus Retreat: Strategies for Coping with the Modern World.

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The Circumcision Debate: No Issue for German Leadership

If there’s going to be a debate over the practice of male circumcision, isn’t there a better place to start it than Germany?

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Europe After World War II: Rising from the House of the Dead

How does Europe’s recent history continue to inform its present and future?

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A Mother and Son Confront the Holocaust — Part II: A Son’s Perspective

How does a historian and child of a holocaust survivor deal with his mother’s experience?

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A Mother and Son Confront the Holocaust — Part I: A Mother’s Memory

What role do personal memories play in retelling the history of the Holocaust?

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French Secularism — Beyond the Headscarf

Is "laïcité" the French equivalent of "multiculturalism," and if so, is it still an effective way to think about society?

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The Israelization of Turkey

With the recent spate of terrorist bombings, should Turks worry about their country becoming the next Israel?

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Religious Objectors to Globalization

What motivates religious radicals — and why do even the fiercest opponents always have one thing in common?

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