About Oliver Kamm

Oliver Kamm is a writer and a columnist for the Times. His blog is here.

Oliver Kamm: If I Could Vote, It’d Be For…

By October 29, 2008

Jewcy recently asked a select group of foreign writers we admire to state which candidate they’d vote for if they could, and why. Oliver Kamm’s response is excerpted from his longer post at the Times Online. I admire McCain, and … Read More

Methods of Genocide Denial

By April 14, 2008

Genocide denial is an ugly subject. I wrote a post about a recent variant a few months ago, relating to Ed Herman, one-time collaborator of Noam Chomsky. Herman has devoted himself in recent years to rubbishing the notion that 8,000 … Read More