Ben Judah was born in London. He has travelled widely in Russia, Central Asia and the Levant. His writing has featured widely, including the New York Times, the Evening Standard, the Financial Times and Standpoint. His first book, Fragile Empire, was published by Yale University Press in 2013.
Our capital city has changed immeasurably over the last few decades. Here are a few things that This Is London has taught us about our capital.
RT @xiledlanc: Poignant cartoon in the Telegraph https://t.co/N8B7G3Zlfw
by @b_judah - 3 minutes ago
@nntaleb Thank you! There is a US-Ashkenazi-normative reading Jewish history forgetting until late Renaissance most Jews lived MENA/Spain.
by @b_judah - 7 hours ago
@nntaleb Would be very curious if you had any hints on what to read on history of Beirut/Aleppo/Baghdad Jewish DNA. Thank you Sir!
by @b_judah - 8 hours ago
@nntaleb Do you have readings on Lebanese/Sephardic Jewish DNA? My great-grandfather built synagogue of Beirut, named it after his father.
This will work for Macron. https://t.co/AItfZLKR7n
by @b_judah - 12 hours ago
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