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The Jewish Autonomous Region of the RF – Reality in Research

EAJ Policy Papers, No 31 (3 Feb 2020) The opinion poll conducted in the Jewish Autonomous Province of the Russian Federation in the course of the EAJC comprehensive study of
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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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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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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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In Memoriam of the Ghetto Minsk: What should be done to know more of the Holocaust in Belarus?

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Between Euro-Asian Heritage and American Experience: Current Political Picture of the USA Russian-speaking Jews

EAJ Policy Papers, No 10 (Jan 28, 2019) The state of political attitudes, views and voting preferences of American Russian-speaking immigrants during the span of about 20 years are both
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Jewish Autonomous Oblast’ (Province) of Russia: an Important Symbol or a Historical Relict?

EAJ Policy Papers, No 8 (Jan 14, 2019) The discussion in Russia concerning elimination of a number of heavily budget-subsidized “ethnic” Provincial autonomies of the Russian Federation by merging them
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Do Israelis Need to Know About the Straggle for Aliyah from the Soviet Union?

EAJS Policy Papers, No 6 (Dec 24, 2018) For many years, the State of Israel has secretly led the international struggle for the right of Jews from the Soviet Union
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