Tag: Soviet Union

Never Alone – Prison, Politics and My People


September 24, “Never Alone: Prison, Politics and my People” Natan Sharansky, Chair, ISGAP; 2020 Genesis Prize Laureate Professor Gil Troy, Professor of History, McGill University Chair Dr. Charles Asher Small, Executive Director, ISGAP; Research Scholar, St. Antony’s College, Oxford Zoom Webinar Date: Thursday, September 24, 2020 Time: 8:00 AM Los Angeles Time – 11:00 AM […]

Never Alone – Prison, Politics and My People


Now available on Amazon – Click here! In 1977, after serving as a spokesperson for democracy and the movement for free emigration in the Soviet Union, Natan Sharansky was arrested. He spent nine years as a political prisoner, convicted of treason against the state. In fact, Sharansky was fighting for individual freedom in the face […]

Natan Sharansky on Fighting the Coronavirus


Natan Sharansky on Fighting the Coronavirus Mr. Natan Sharansky, Chair, ISGAP 23 March 2020 This video was produced by the Jewish Agency of Israel.

Natan Sharansky, Antisemitism on the Left and Right – How to Recognize It and Fight It


Natan Sharansky, “Antisemitism on the Left and Right – How to Recognize It and Fight It” Human Rights Activist, Former Chairman of the Jewish Agency, Former Cabinet Minister of the Government of Israel Chair, ISGAP ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute 2019 St. John’s College Oxford University July 18, 2019

Commemorating the 1952 Murder of Jewish Intellectuals in the Soviet Union


Professor Kiril Feferman examines the execution of Jewish intellectuals in the Soviet Union, which took place on August 12-13, 1952, marking one of the final acts of persecution by Joseph Stalin against the Jewish people. On August 12-13, 1952, thirteen members of the Jewish elite in the Soviet Union were executed, following the trial and […]

ISGAP Welcomes Natan Sharansky as Chair


The Institute for the Study of Global Antisemitism and Policy is honored to announce Natan Sharansky as the new Chair of ISGAP, effective immediately.   Abraham H. Foxman, on behalf of the ISGAP Board of Directors, “I welcome Natan Sharansky as Chair of ISGAP. He brings leadership in human rights at the political and intellectual level […]

Dr. Vladimir (Ze’ev) Khanin, “Antisemitism and ‘Philosemitism’ at War: Jewish Issues in the Interstate and Intrastate Conflicts at the post-Soviet Space.”


“Antisemitism and ‘Philosemitism’ at War: Jewish Issues in the Interstate and Intrastate Conflicts at the post-Soviet Space.” Dr. Vladimir (Ze’ev) Khanin, Department of Political Science at Ariel and Bar-Ilan Universities ISGAP-Oxford Summer Institute 2017 St. John’s College, Oxford University, United Kingdom Tuesday, July 25, 2017

West is West, East is East: The Specific East European Incarnation of Antisemitism


Note: This op-ed is a partial summary of Dr. Katz’s talk at ISGAP in New York City on 5 April 2016. A PDF of his power point presentation on the evening (©Dovid Katz) is available online. Antisemitism in Western Europe is nowadays overwhelmingly a product of the (far) left. Its practitioners are socially, educationally and demographically […]

Vladimir Khanin, “Jews in Post-Communist Russia: A State with Philosemitic Pretensions, a Society with Antisemitic Sentiments”


MAR. 7 “JEWS IN POST-COMMUNIST RUSSIA: A STATE WITH PHILOSEMITIC PRETENSIONS, A SOCIETY WITH ANTISEMITIC SENTIMENTS” Dr. Vladimir Khanin Associate Professor, Department of Political and Middle Eastern Studies, Ariel University of Samaria Location: Harvard Law School, Wasserstein Hall, WCC Room 3015 Time: 7:00 P.M. Convener: Vivaldi Jean-Marie

Isabella Ginor & Gideon Remez – “Foxbats Over Dimona: The Soviets’ Nuclear Gamble in the Six-Day War”


Lecture: Foxbats Over Dimona: The Soviets’ Nuclear Gamble in the Six-Day War Speakers: Isabella Ginor and Gideon Remez, Authors of Foxbats Over Dimona: The Soviets’ Nuclear Gamble in the Six-Day War Date: May 31, 2007 YIISA/ISGAP Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective Seminar Series