Racist ideology has been crushed, yet our society sees racism everywhere.
Too many Europeans are acquiescing to anti-Semitism instead of fighting it.
75 years on, are Jews once again being treated as ‘different’?
Charles Murray’s new book is a valiant effort to explain why America's upper classes are now so hollow and defensive, and incapable of marshalling the moral resources to lead society.
The promotion of the idea that racism is prevalent and that its unwitting variant is even more widespread prompts people to interpret each other's behaviour and language through the prism of race.
Anti-Israel sentiment is morphing into anti-Jewish sentiment, as more and more people project their disdain for the modern world on to ‘the Jew’.
By distancing itself from the Jewish state, Europe seeks to deflect the anger of its Muslim population.
Why Western observers see every political conflict in Africa as an inexplicable outburst of violence and a harbinger of ‘holocaust’.
The game of ‘spot the anti-Semite’ currently being played in intellectual circles misses what is new in expressions of the oldest prejudice today