Tag: Germany

As vaccination programmes in Europe and America accelerate, there is increasing clamour for their benefits to be fast-tracked through the use of vaccination or immunity passports. (More…)

Ramsis Kilani is not a well-known name. But, for members of Germany’s Palestinian community, and anti-occupation activists in the country, it’s a different story. (More…)

Sometimes, apparently trivial expressions of bigotry can take on surprising importance. (More…)

House Republicans met on Thursday to consider two fraught issues, which will define what kind of conservative party it is once and for all. (More…)

Due to rising coronavirus infection figures, in December 2020, Germany’s federal government and states announced a second lockdown. (More…)

It is not news that the IHRA Working Definition of Antisemitism is considered problematic by many. (More…)

December 2020 was an eventful month for the discourse on Israel and Palestine in Germany. (More…)

One of the most oft-repeated criticisms of the left is that it has no plausible utopia to offer. (More…)

The office of Antisemitism commissioner was first established in Germany in 2018. Several federal states quickly followed suit, and 2020 saw the appointment of Samuel Salzborn for the State of Berlin. (More…)