Israel

Shifting Trends in the West and their Impact on Israel and the Jewish People

[easy_media_download url="http://jppi.org.il/new/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/KENES_2017_eng_WEB.pdf" text="http://jppi.org.il/new/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/downloadPDF_button002-e1488967027891.png"] JPPI’s 2017 Conference on the Future of the Jewish People will explore the social, political, economic, and ideological shifts taking place in the Western world that could influence the future of the Jewish people. The conference seeks to identify key trends and gauge their possible ramifications. A special emphasis will be placed on developing recommendations for policy measures that can help mitigate negative trends and leverage new…
Read full article

New Subjects in the Field

Op-Ed: When Craziness Makes Sense

Op-Ed: Criticism of Israel is not Anti-Semitic – But it Quickly Leads There

Israel’s Standing in the West: PR , Policy or Substance

Yair Lapid – Strategic Responses for Israel: Principles for Policy

MK Isaac Herzog – Strategic Responses for Israel: Principles for Public Policy

Op-Ed in WSJ: The Improbable Happiness of Israelis

JPPI Launches Its Pluralism Index in Israel

Op-Ed: Understanding Pew- Factoring in Israeli culture

A Statecraft-Security Israeli-Jewish View

Israel Today: Society, Identity, and Political Affinities

Op-Ed: Best of Luck to Rivlin

JPPI’s Emergency Plan for French Aliyah

Op-Ed: Fear-mongering and Jewish Peoplehood

On Israelis Abroad

The Conference on the Future of the Jewish People, Glen Cove 2014

Dr. Shalom Salomon Wald – Rise and Fall of Civilizations: Lessons for the Jewish People

JPPI 2012-2013 Annual Assessment Presentation to the Israeli Cabinet

2013 – Elections in the United States and Israel

Nir Barkat, Mayor of Jerusalem, at JPPI’s 2012 Conference

Yair Shamir at JPPI’s 2012 Conference

U.S. Ambassador to Israel, Daniel B. Shapiro at JPPI’s 2012 Conference

The President of the State of Israel, Mr. Shimon Peres, at JPPI’s 2012 Conference

MK Shelly Yachimovich at JPPI’s 2012 Conference

Prof. Yehezkel Dror – The Jewish People: A Long-Range Perspective

Amb. Stuart Eizenstat Presents His Newest Book

Strengthening Jewish-Israeli Identity of Israelis Abroad

Natan Sharansky, Chairman of the Jewish Agency, speaks at JPPI

Amb. Daniel B. Shapiro – Opening Remarks

Amb. Daniel B. Shapiro – First Official Public Appearance

Saul Singer – The Israeli Economic Miracle

Arevut, Responsibility and Partnership

The 2010 Conference of the Jewish People Report

A Permanent Agreement: The Jewish Dimension

Amb. Stuart Eizenstat – Introductory Remarks

The President of the State of Israel, Mr. Shimon Peres, at JPPI’s 2010 Conference

MK Tzipi Livni at JPPI’s 2010 Conference

Defense Minister of Israel, Mr. Ehud Barak, at JPPI’s 2010 Conference

PM Benjamin Netanyahu at JPPI’s 2010 Conference

Op-Ed: Debasing a Foundational Idea

Mega-Trends and the Jewish People

President’s Conference 2008 – Background Policy Documents

Jerusalem

The Future of Israel Between Thriving and Decline

Researchers Team

Shmuel Rosner
Senior Fellow
972-2-5633356 # 315

Activity:

Head of the Pluralism and Democracy in Israel Project and the Structured World Dialogue Process


Bio

Shmuel Rosner is a Tel Aviv based columnist, editor and think tank fellow.

He is a fellow at The Jewish People Policy Institute (JPPI);
He is the non-fiction Editor for Israel’s largest Publishing House, Kinneret-Zmora-Bitan-Dvir;
He is Senior Political Editor for the Jewish Journal, and he writes the popular blog Rosner’s Domain;
He writes a weekly column for The International Herald Tribune \ New York Times and for Israel’s Maariv Daily.

Rosner was previously a columnist for The Jerusalem Post, and was Chief U.S. Correspondent, Head of the News Division and Head of the Features Division for the Israeli daily Haaretz. He wrote for many magazines, including Slate, Foreign Policy, Commentary, The New Republic, The Jewish Review of Books, and others.

Rosner’s book “Shtetl Bagel Baseball, on the Wonderful Dreadful State of American Jews” was published in Israel by Keter (Hebrew, 2011) and became a bestseller.


Read more by Shmuel Rosner