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Kyiv’s Jews, persecuted under Polish-Lithuanian, Russian, Nazi and Soviet regimes, now...

Victoria Khiterer, Millersville University While hundreds of Jews are leaving Kyiv amid Russian attacks, many more, led by the...

How to fight Holocaust denial in social media – with the...

Adam G. Klein, Pace University One in four American millennials believe the Holocaust was exaggerated or entirely made up, according to a recent national...

There’s a dark political history to language that strips people of...

William A. Donohue, Michigan State University Dehumanizing language often precedes genocide. One tragic example: Extreme dehumanizing language was a strong contributor to the 1994 genocide in...

Pope Francis’ apology for abuse in Chile would once have been...

Mathew Schmalz, College of the Holy Cross In a letter on April 11 to the bishops of Chile, Pope Francis asked forgiveness for his “serious...

Why a 2,500-year-old Hebrew poem still matters

David W. Stowe, Michigan State University At sundown on July 31, Jews around the world will observe Tisha B’av, the most somber of Jewish holidays....

Is Google’s eagerness to answer questions promoting more falsehood online?

Thomas Maher, University of Arizona When people have questions, they often ask Google. They expect high-quality, accurate answers. Late last year, it emerged that the...

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Why US diplomatic muscle could achieve more in Somalia than drone...

Paul D. Williams, George Washington University The United States has used airstrikes against al-Shabaab forces in Somalia since January 2007, including armed drone strikes from...