Published in: openDemocracyUKIt is not only 'the fallen' who deserve remembrance
The most strident anti-war criticisms came not just from pacifists but from survivors.
Published in: TransformationOn a good day she would kiss me back: transforming trauma into creative energy and action
Instead of giving in, the deepest thing we can do with trauma is to transmute pain into actions that heal ourselves and help other people. A powerful meditation on love, loss, recovery and resistance.
Published in: TransformationFive movies that show the power of nonviolent resistance during World War II
Hardly a year goes by without at least one new Hollywood film about the Nazis and World War II. But these offerings rarely feature the many Germans who resisted Hitler using nonviolence.
Published in: oDROwning a massacre: 'Ukraine's Katyn'
A WWII mass grave was recently found in western Ukraine, pointing to a horrific massacre. Yet with German bullet casings unearthed and evidence pointing to Nazis as perpetrators, Ivan Katchanovski asks why the dominant theory to emerge is of Soviets murdering Poles.