Between the “Whites” and the “Reds”: Who carried out pogroms against the Jews during the Civil War?

Editor’s note: In 21-23 November 1918, an estimated 52-150 Jews were killed in a pogrom in Lviv during the Polish-Ukrainian War that followed World War One. In honor of the 100 year-anniversary of this horrific…

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Do the French see Ukraine as a multicultural country? Galia Ackerman discusses this question

The French writer, historian, journalist, and translator Galia Ackerman, who is also the director of the European Forum for Ukraine, discusses stereotypes of Ukrainian anti-Semitism, the conflict of memories, and other challenges. Iryna Slavinska:  Stereotypes…

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