World Jewry

World Jewry: In-Depth Reports

András Kovács ed., Communism’s Jewish Question:  Jewish Issues in Communist Archives

The archives show the importance of Jewish issues – especially of Zionism and Israel – for the former Soviet Union and its satellite countries. Read More »

Tuvia Tenenbom, The Lies They Tell: A Journey through America

Tenenbom’s format remains that of brief interviews with the different people whom he encounters, and general observations following these meetings. Read More »

Yosef Govrin, Reflections on my Mission as Israel’s Ambassador – To Austria, Slovenia and Slovakia

The book focuses upon Govrin’s two-and a-half years as Israel’s Ambassador to Austria and as non-resident ambassador in Slovenia and Slovakia. Read More »

Jeremiah Unterman, Justice for All: How the Jewish Bible Revolutionized Ethics

The book focuses on the foundations and content of ethics in the Hebrew Bible and its lasting influence in these fields. Read More »

Moshe Halbertal, Maimonides: Life and Thought

Halbertal’s comprehensive study deals with Rambam’s biography, his contributions and their lasting impact. Read More »

Eunice G. Pollack, ed., From Antisemitism to Antizionism: The Past and Present of a Lethal Ideology

This book is a collection of 14 high-quality scholarly articles by 13 contributors from Canada, the United States, Europe, Australia, and Israel. Read More »

Documentary: The Discovery and Rescue of Iraqi Jews’ Patrimony in Baghdad. Will It Now Be Lost?

Exclusive Interview with Dr. Harold Rhode, the Collection’s Angel. Read More »

Argentina-Israel Relations: Nazi Trials and Terrorist Tribulations

Throughout the history Argentina-Israel relations have been marred by numerous trials and tribulations. Read More »

Message from the Editor

The current issue of the Jewish Political Studies Review brings the reader a selection of articles which deal with a wide range of issues and ideas. Read More »

Georges Bensoussan, Hijacking the History of the Destruction of the Jews of Europe

Despite the occasional lack of rigor and tendency toward repetition, L’histoire confisquée provides much food for thought, but little hope. Read More »

Why a New Academic Discipline of Post-Holocaust Studies Should Be Established and What Its Content Should Be

Post-Holocaust studies is a huge field of study that merits becoming a defined, formal area of study. Read More »

Why Post-Holocaust Studies Are Important to Societies Today

The subject of genocide overshadows the very important impact the Holocaust has made on post-war societies. Read More »

The Revival of British Jewry

British Jewry in the 21st century is more buoyant than expected. Read More »

Jacques Picard, Jacques Revel, Michael P. Steinberg and Idith Zertal, eds., Makers of Jewish Modernity: Thinkers, Artists, Leaders and the World They Made

This book is about Jewish modernity insofar as it is a “dimension” of the contemporary world at large. Read More »

John-Paul Himka and Joanna Beata Michlic, eds., Bringing the Dark Past to Light: The Reception of the Holocaust in Post-Communist Europe

Bringing the Dark Past to Light offers many examples of the manipulation of history and its impact upon numerous aspects of daily life. Read More »