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Ben Cohen

Ben Cohen

Ben Cohen is the senior correspondent of the Algemeiner.

Thanks in large part to the efforts of French Interior Minister Manuel Valls, Dieudonné, the anti-Semitic French propagandist who describes himself as a comedian, is...

As far as Secretary of State John Kerry is concerned, last Sunday's municipal elections in Venezuela resulted in an uncomplicated endorsement of Nicolas Maduro's regime....

"Big Win for Boycott Movement" reads the headline of the Inside Higher Ed report on yesterday's decision by the American Studies Association (ASA) to shun...

The other day, I asked a leading Venezuelan opposition figure what he thought was the main difference between Hugo Chavez, the late Venezuelan comandante, and...

Almost one year after Chancellor Angela Merkel successfully leaned on the German parliament to pass legislation guaranteeing the rights of parents to have their infant...

Malik Jaziri, the top-ranked tennis player in Tunisia who has an impressive record of representing his country in international tournaments, was about to play a...

"Orwellian" is an oft-misused term, mainly because those who employ it forget that it properly applies to closed societies, rather than open ones. For that...

In July, I reported on the grave situation of Hossein Bourojerdi, one of Iran's most courageous dissidents. Bourojerdi, who carries the honorific Shia Muslim title...

It's that time of year when the world's tyrannies flock to the UN General Assembly meeting in New York with all the predictability of birds...

If the Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro was your sole source of news, you might be forgiven for thinking that the Obama Administration is engaged in...

In the two decades that he served as the United Kingdom's Chief Rabbi, Sir Jonathan Sacks continued the tradition of his predecessor, the late Lord...

The war of nerves between Venezuela's ruling chavistas and its battered adversaries intensified this week, following the decision of the country's Supreme Court, the TSJ,...