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"Stalin and the Black Book of Soviet Jewry" and "The Road to Babi Yar"

Organized by the Kennan Institute at the Woodrow Wilson Center with support from the Embassy of Israel in the United States and Rabin Chair Forum at George Washington University

*Note: Each screening takes place at a different location and requires separate registration. All screenings are free and open to the public. More information and registration information coming soon.


The Road to Babi Yar”: Film Screening and Discussion

January 28, 7:00PM

The Chinese Communist Party’s Relationship with the Khmer Rouge in the 1970s: An Ideological Victory and a Strategic Failure

To download this Working Paper, please click here.

CWIHP Working Paper 88

The Chinese Communist Party’s Relationship with the Khmer Rouge in the 1970s: An Ideological Victory and a Strategic Failure

 

Wang Chenyi

December 2018

 

Sewing the Fabric of Statehood: Garment Unions, American Labor, and the Establishment of the State of Israel

Many entities played important roles in the establishment of Israel, but scholars have rarely assessed the American labor movement’s critical part in this endeavor. Historian Adam Howard examines American labor’s crucial role through its support of Histadrut, the General Federation of Jewish Labor in Palestine. In assisting Histadrut, the American labor movement provided vital support to a fellow labor movement that was central to the founding of Israel in 1948.

'History Must Be Measured in Human Beings'

Interview with Elena Zhemkova, Executive Director of Memorial

Interviewed by Izabella Tabarovsky

U.S.-China 2018 Year in Review: A New Cold War?

As bilateral relations deteriorated over 2018, Chinese and Americans searched for new analogies to frame a more adversarial relationship. Asian op-eds and American leadership vied to christen the post-engagement era.

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