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The Jewish Communities of Azerbaijan: Identity in the Multicultural Society

Euro-Asian Jewish (EAJ) Policy papers, No 40 Contemporary Azerbaijan Jewry includes three subethnic Jewish groups (Mountain, Georgian and Ashkenazi Jews) and thus demonstrate peculiar collective identity. This identity is a
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Israel as the Nation-State of the Jewish People Basic Law and Euro-Asian Jewry

EAJ Policy Papers, No 26 (16 Sept 2019) On July 19, 2018, the Knesset adopted the Basic Law on the National Character of the State, and since then there has
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Jewish museums in the former USSR and in the world: aims and significance

EAJ Policy papers, No 24 (August 2019) In most countries of the modern world, Jewish museums have become an indispensable component of the cultural life. In Europe, the history of
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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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Jewish community of Iran: the status and the perspectives

Euro-Asian Jewish Policy Papers, No 20 (May 8, 2019) In the majority of the Middle Eastern Muslim states the Jewish life is obviously going to the end. Jewish repatriation from
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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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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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