Articles by David Herman
Claude Lanzmann at Cannes in 2017 © PA Claude Lanzmann died on 5th July, aged 92. Le Monde summed him up in one sentence: “cinéaste, fierce defender of Israel, he was also a writer, journalist...
Roth and the Jewish-American novelists who followed him had very different attitudes to their cultural inheritance
Jewish voters’ fears have been confirmed
Former Guardian deputy editor Ian Katz is bringing in some controversial changes to Newsnight
Perhaps what is just as interesting as the detail of WW2 are the gaps and silences in our historical accounts.
These pieces add up to a vicious slur on a dead man, but they are not antisemitic, and in these darkening times, we should not be too quick to cry wolf.
What does Britain expect from the refugees and immigrants who come to this country?
Walter White has been damned by his pact with the devil; but the morality debate tells us a larger truth about America today
10. This was a great World Cup Martin Kelner, writing in the Guardian, called this World Cup right. "It has probably been the worst World Cup in modern times," he said. There were no great teams...
After the US game I wrote, “Glen Johnson confirmed that he is good going forward but vulnerable in defence, and like the centre-backs he will be cruelly exposed later in the tournament, if there is...