Ukrainian-Jewish relations after Maidan

Vladislav Davidzon

Source:  Hromadske International

In much of the global Jewish community, Ukraine is often stereotyped as a country of pogromists and anti-Semites. To some Ukrainians, Jews were responsible for communism. But the Odessa Review, a Ukrainian, English-language magazine of culture and idea, is taking a closer look at the realities of Ukrainian-Jewish ties — a particularly important subject after the 2014 Euromaidan revolution, when Ukrainians, Jews, and other minorities joined together to stand up for Ukraine’s European future. Hromadske spoke with Vladislav Davidzon, editor-in-chief of The Odessa Review, about his magazine’s latest issue on Ukrainian-Jewish relations.


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