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Euro-Asian Jewry and Politics in the Host States: the Case of Germany

EAJ Policy Papers, No 35 (23 April 2020) Growing interest of European “New Right” parties, such as the Alternative for Germany (AfD), to Russian Jewish immigrants, despite marginal electoral value
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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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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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Russian Jewish Immigrants as the Catalyst of New Jewish Pluralism in Re-Unified Germany

Euro-Asian Jewish Policy papers No 15 (March 11, 2019) — Фото: Bild.de Russian Jews have immigrated to re-unified Germany in surprisingly huge numbers since the early 1990ies. Their arrival made
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Islamic Radicalism in Euro-Asia and its Possible Impact on the Local Jewish Communities

EAJ Policy Papers, No 5 (December 17, 2018) Organizations and movements that include some degree of anti-Semitism in their ideology belong to right-wing, left-wing and Islamist (or Islamic radical) streams.
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