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About Samuel Sokol

Sam Sokol is a freelance journalist based in Israel. In 2013-2016, he covered Ukraine for the Jerusalem Post. He is currently writing a book on anti-Semitism, propaganda and national memory formation in post-Maidan Ukraine.

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Ukraine’s little known memory war

How Russian propaganda whipped up allegations of anti-Semitism in Ukraine during the country's 2014 protests — and why that makes it more difficult to talk about anti-Semitism in Ukraine today. 

Is Poland's Holocaust law changing US attitudes towards Ukraine’s memory laws?

Judging by a new congressional letter, Poland's recent "Holocaust law" is catalysing US lawmakers' perception of Ukraine's own "decommunisation" laws. 

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