Ben Cohen
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As 2020 reached its end, so did two of the most important courtroom trials involving violent anti-Semitism to have occurred since the Second World War. In France, 14 suspects in the January … more
While American democracy may be immersed in crisis, claims of its death are, as Mark Twain might have quipped, greatly exaggerated. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said on the other side of the … more
One of the more reprehensible aspects of the global campaign to strip Israel of its legitimacy is the fact that so many leading human-rights organizations have been co-opted by it. Under the … more
Some of you will probably be familiar with a charming German movie called “Goodbye, Lenin,” the story of which concerns a woman in Communist-ruled East Germany who falls into a coma … more
During Jeremy Corbyn’s tenure at the helm of Britain’s opposition Labour Party, one of the many anti-Semitism scandals that enveloped the party revolved around a speech he had given … more
Not long ago, presidential debates were vital occasions for an exchange on American foreign policy and its priorities, as well as this country’s broader place in the world. Alongside the … more
Who is more effective in the fight against resurgent anti-Semitism: Facebook or the French judiciary? I’m asking this because of two separate developments over the last week that, when … more
The most scathing book review I have read in a very long time appears in the Sept.18 edition of the London-based journal, the Times Literary Supplement. You might want to read it, too, if only … more
That old cliché about the media preferring a news cycle dominated by conflict rather than reconciliation has some merit when you look at the amount of attention received by the British … more
This line from the rap album “Apocalypse ’91” by Public Enemy served, 30 years ago, as my introduction to a disturbing, perverse accusation that was prevalent in some left-wing … more
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