Conspiracy Theories Among Refugees in Germany: Preliminiary Findings of an Empirical Studyhttps://isgap.org/media/2017/03/conspiracy-theories-among-refugees-in-germany-preliminiary-findings-of-an-empirical-study/
Feb. 23, “Conspiracy Theories Among Refugees in Germany: Preliminary Findings of an Empirical Study” Dr. Günther Jikeli, Associate Professor Justin M. Druck Family Scholar at the Institute for the study of Contemporary Antisemitism, Borns Jewish Studies Program, Indiana University. Location: ARTS Building, McGill Room W20 Time: 5:00 P.M.
Antisemitism in Response to the 2015 Refugee Wave – Case of the Czech Republichttps://isgap.org/flashpoint/antisemitism-in-response-to-the-2015-refugee-wave-the-case-of-the-czech-republic/
Despite its strategic location in Central Europe, the Czech Republic remains nearly untouched by the Refugee Wave. In Autumn 2015, when the wave started to culminate in Germany, the Czech Republic had more asylum seekers from Cuba than from Syria. Despite this fact, the Czechs read the news on the Refugee Crisis and the Paris […]
Angry Germans, Inept Leadershttps://isgap.org/flashpoint/angry-germans-inept-leaders/
German topics rarely make it into American cable news. Recently, however, a leading TV show put Chancellor Angela Merkel into the category of “villain of the week.” The reason given: she allowed an invasion of mostly young men from Arab and North African lands into Germany. Assaults during the Cologne New Year’s Eve celebrations seem […]