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  A few weeks ago, K. featured an article by Icelandic researcher Vilhjálmur Örn Vilhjálmsson. He wondered why the history of Iceland, “a country without Jews”, was so rich in…

The start of the French new editorial season was marked by publishing house Cahier de l’Herne’s release of a volume devoted to Hannah Arendt. For the occasion, K, in partnership…

  In Marseille, slogans have recently been posted on the walls against anti-Semitism, the oppression of Jewish women, and the comparison between the health pass and the yellow star. One…

Leaving Bizerte, fleeing Tunisia… This was the fate, 60 years ago, of a Jewish community accused of treason after the conflict between General de Gaulle’s France and President Bourguiba’s Tunisia….

  Just a year ago, on October 29, 2020, Jeremy Corbyn, the former leader of the Labour Party, was expelled from the faction he once presided over after having contested…

Albert Cohen died forty years ago. This is an opportunity for K. to pay homage to this extraordinary novelist, author of a body of work which, from Solal in 1930…

Human beings are endowed with language and each group has its own language. Language unites, language divides. There are languages, therefore divisions of all kinds. How do we communicate across…

There is something astounding in noting that, eighty years after the Holocaust, the question of the “park” of European monuments dedicated to the extermination of the Continent’s Jews remains open:…

The two new articles that K. runs this week are each situated at two diametrically opposed points of Europe: the East (Ukraine), on the one hand; the far North (Iceland)…

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