Anti-Semitic Trends in Post-Communist Eastern European States

(Jewish Political Studies Review) Yosef Govrin- This overview outlines the main factors characterizing anti-Semitic movements and manifestations in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe in the post-communist era. While some governments adopted legal and administrative measures to ban anti-Semitism, they are not sufficiently effective, although there are some positive tendencies that are effective. Israel should do more to collaborate with these governments on this matter.

2004-08-06 00:00:00

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