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Academic Journals in Jewish Studies in the Post-Soviet Space: the 30 years’ experience

Euro-Asian Jewish (EAJ) Policy Papers, No 38 (23 July 2020) For 30 years there have been academic journals of Jewish studies in the post-Soviet states. Moreover, some of them are
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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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Between Europe and Euro-Asia: Jewish Life in Contemporary Latvia

EAJ Policy Papers, No 30 (23 January 2020) The predominantly Russian-speaking (almost 80%) Jewish community in Latvia, which roots go back to the second half of the 16th century, today
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Israel, Japan and the Jews

EAJ Policy Papers, No 27 (9 December 2019) // Photo: Jewish area of Sakamoto International Cemetery (Nagasaki,Japan) Relatively large Jewish Communities in Japanese cities of Kobe and Nagasaki, that go back
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Jewish ethnic autonomy: the case of contemporary Moldova

Euro-Asian Jewish (EAJ) Policy Papers, No 21 (May 2019) In the 1990s–2000s, Moldova granted its Jews national-cultural autonomy. It happened as a result of the civil war in Moldavia in
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The Jewish communities of China

EAJ Policy Papers, No 19 (April 2019) Muslim travelers in the middle of the 9th century were the first who reported about Jews living in China. The absence of anti-Semitism in
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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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Jews of Belarus’ – a Current Picture

Euro-Asian Jewish (EAJ) Policy Papers, No 4 (Dec 10, 2018) The Jewish community in Belarus is scarce and consists of less than 13,000 individuals; however, the number of persons that
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