Arno Tausch

Arno Tausch, a liberal Roman Catholic, is currently associated with Corvinus University, Budapest, Hungary, and Innsbruck University, Austria. He was counsellor for labor and migration at the Austrian Embassy in Warsaw, 1992-1999, and was a contributor of several works for the Polish Institute for International Affairs (PISM). The author has been married to his Polish wife since 1978.

Publications by Arno Tausch

Stephan Grigat, Israel’s Solitude: Zionism, the Israeli Left, and the Iranian Threat

Amid the transatlantic controversy on how further to deal with the Iranian threat, Grigat’s book has gained renewed importance. Read More »

The Polish Theologian Waldemar Chrostowski and the Setback of the Christian-Jewish Dialogue

Will anti-Semitism become acceptable again at the center of the Catholic Church? Read More »

Israel and the World of Catholicism(s)

This article assesses the relationship of the Roman Catholic Church and its faithful to the Jewish people and to Israel. Read More »

Poland is Not Yet Lost, But …

Good Polish-Israeli relations are not only important for these two countries themselves, but also for the entire free world. Read More »