​Inclusive and exclusive memory

​Inclusive and exclusive memory

by Stefano Levi Della Torre

Editorial by Stefano Levi Della Torre, essayist
“Is it possible to prevent mass atrocities [MAS]? Yes, but with great difficulty

​Israel, a revolution in the field of memory

​Israel, a revolution in the field of memory

by Gabriele Nissim

Editorial by Gabriele Nissim, Chairman of Gariwo, the forest of the Righteous; translated by Carolina Figini
Twenty kilometres away from Tel Aviv, in Ra’anana, there is an innovative university: the Open University of Israel. Thousands of youth from the Kibbutz’ and the Arab Israeli suburbs take online classes from their…

How the Holocaust became a dogma

How the Holocaust became a dogma

27 January commemorations nowadays

Editorial by Anna Foa, historian and professor at the University "La Sapienza" of Rome
This year’s Holocaust Remembrance Day is certainly expected to be one of the most difficult ones since its establishment 14 years ago. On the one hand, of course, this is due to the more and more widespread signals of anti-Semitism and …