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Jewish Publications in the Former Soviet Union: Sociological Comments

Euro-Asian Jewish Policy Papers, No 34 (21 April 2020) Numerous Jewish periodicals and publishers were an important result of the three decades of the Jewish cultural revival in the late
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Virtualization of the Jewish Communal activities: The Sociological Aspects

EAJ Policy Papers, No 32 (7 April 2020) / Photo: Hillel Case Virtual projects had always been an important part of religious, educational, socializing and other activities of Jewish organizations,
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Being Jewish in Birobidzhan: Sociological Aspects

EAJ Policy Papers, No 28 (17 December 2019) Established 85 years ago, the Jewish Autonomous Region of the Russian Federation (JAR) is not only the long-standing symbol of the local
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Introduction to Aliya of the 1970-s: Fifty Years of the Georgian Jewish Families’ Appeal to the United Nations

EAJ Policy Papers, No 26 (6 September 2019) In August 2019 Israel and some communities of the Russian-Jewish diaspora marked the 50thanniversary of the famous letter from 18 heads of
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Antisemitism and Philo-Semitism in Russia and Ukraine: From Evolution to Revolution

To understand antisemitism in its contemporary context, we must pay attention not only to antisemitic events that have taken place in Western Europe, the United States, and the Muslim world
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Do Russian Jewish Communities Have a Future in Germany and the EU?

EAJ Policy Papers, No 18 (12 April 2019) In his article published in the No 15 issue of the Euro-Asian Policy Papers, Olaf Glöckner had presented a long list of
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Antisemitism in Russia and Ukraine: Reports and Debates

EAJ Policy papers, No 14 (February 24, 2019) A new round of antisemitism in 2018 monitoring reports, prepared by Israeli, Russian and Ukrainian organizations were published at the end of
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Blessing Instead of Cursing: Why the Boycott of Israel Has No Prospects

“I will bless those who bless you, I will curse those who curse you” (Genesis 12:3) The last 2017 and this year 2018 have seen a whole constellation of memorable dates, somehow
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The Syrian Causes and Russian Population’s vision of Jews in the light of opinion polls

Euro-Asian Jewish (EAJ) Policy Papers, No 2, (Nov 27, 2018) An acute crisis has undermined the flourishing economic, diplomatic, and cultural relations between Israel and Russia. This crisis was the
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