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                  Knesset Elections: New Coalition, Old Problems
                  Knesset Elections: New Coalition, Old Problems
                  29.01.2013
                  The results of the early Knesset elections that had taken place on January 22 were published on January 24, and have convincingly demonstrated the polarity of views in modern Israeli society. Analysts have been talking about serious transformations happening before our eyes in the political structures of the State of Israel.
                  The Logic of a Scandal and Nuremberg Laws
                  The Logic of a Scandal and Nuremberg Laws
                  22.01.2013, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism
                  The last weeks of 2012 went out with a loud scandal concerning the anti-Semitic remarks of a second-tier Ukrainian politician. The resonance from this private remark was so wide that the discussion quickly became international, and Ukraine once more made the headlines of global media – naturally, as these stories tend to go, it was shown in a rather unsightly manner.
                  Preliminary Results of 2012 Monitoring of Manifestations of Anti-Semitism in Ukraine
                  Preliminary Results of 2012 Monitoring of Manifestations of Anti-Semitism in Ukraine
                  10.01.2013, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism
                  The year 2012 was the 10th anniversary year of my work on monitoring manifestations of anti-Semitism in Ukraine. The volume of materials that I have collected over the course of these ten years presents more than just a static picture of the current situation, also allowing a researcher to study the dynamics of the situation and understand its tendencies.
                  Explanation of Vaad of Ukraine regarding the word 'kike' ('jyd') and anti-Semitism in Ukrain
                  Explanation of Vaad of Ukraine regarding the word 'kike' ('jyd') and anti-Semitism in Ukrain
                  25.12.2012, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism

                  The Association of Jewish Organizations and Communities of Ukraine (Vaad of Ukraine) is worriedly observing the public use of anti-Semitic rhetoric by Ukrainian radical nationalists, above all – by members of the political party All-Ukrainian Union “Svoboda.”

                  Jewish Studies at the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy
                  Jewish Studies at the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy
                  13.09.2012, Education

                  Oleksiy Khamrai, Doctor of Philology, Head of Master’s Program in Jewish Studies at the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy speaks on the Jewish Studies program recently opened in NaUKMA.

                  On Symptoms – Important, Yet Secondary Things
                  On Symptoms – Important, Yet Secondary Things
                  04.09.2012
                  This was a brilliant provocation. The so-called legislative initiative “On the Foundations of State Language Policy” had, of course, been a distraction, an incredibly stinky smoke screen, something like the red cape, used by the agile matador, sword already raised, to distract the bull. The “language question” is not the cause of the disease, but a mere symptom – but we are so often more interested in the symptoms (such as a rash) than their cause (metabolic activity, if not syphilis). This is why, even though the causes are more important, this article is about the symptoms – things which are important, yet secondary, or, to use a fashionable word, derivatives.
                  Kirill and Gavriil: the Media, the Teaching of the Church, and “Blood Libel”
                  Kirill and Gavriil: the Media, the Teaching of the Church, and “Blood Libel”
                  29.08.2012, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism

                  [...] Let the mistake of using the Russian imperial administrative territorial division in the context of the XVII century be on the heads of the journalists, even though this mistake is in many ways telling. But blood libel in the news of the leading Russian state channel is harder to let pass. Even the loyal Federation of Jewish Communities of Russian (FJCR) has expressed its “great surprise and disappointment at the unprofessional and bizarre comment of the “Russia 24” channel, one of the leading Russian media outlets, on the visit of the Holy Patriarch of Moscow and All the Rus' Kirill to the Nikolsky Cathedral Church in the city of Belostok.”

                  Analysis: Morsy’s velvet revolution
                  Analysis: Morsy’s velvet revolution
                  14.08.2012

                  Morsy’s Egypt is a new country, with a new religious agenda that it is eager to implement.

                  What are we doing in a concentration camp?
                  What are we doing in a concentration camp?
                  14.06.2012, Education
                  The European Football Championship, which is into its second week in Poland and Ukraine, is quite amply showing that there is no sport without politics. But the championship had not even begun yet when the scandalous exchange of infuriated retorts between the leaders of the German national team and the President of the Central Council of Jews in Germany Dieter Graumann took place.
                  Problems of Emigration of Russian-Speaking Israelis in the Context of Israel's Political Situation: Myths and Reality
                  Problems of Emigration of Russian-Speaking Israelis in the Context of Israel's Political Situation: Myths and Reality
                  06.06.2012, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism
                  Recently, there has been a surge of interest in topics connected to the local Russian-speaking community. The pretext for the discussion was the report of the Jewish People Policy Planning Institute (JPPPI), which had been presented to the Knesset Committee on Aliyah and Absorption on May 22, 2012. According to this report, approximately 80 thousand Russian-speaking citizens of Israel, who initially arrived in the country in the 1990s, have now emigrated out of it again. The authors of the report and the members of the committee hold the opinion, widely circulated in Israel's media, that the main reason for this deflux was that these people were not accepted as Jews in Israel, and that their economic problems played a much smaller part.
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