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A comprehensive study examines the attitudes of Jews in Israel regarding the question “Who is a Jew?”

Antisemitism and its Impact on Jewish Identity

70 Years of Israel-Diaspora Relations: the Next Generation

Project heads: Shmuel Rosner, John Ruskay

2012-2013 Annual Assessment

Of all JPPI’s many activities and publications, its Annual Assessments are particularly significant. Not only do they provide an invaluable yearly snapshot of the situation and dynamics of the Jewish people, they also present a coherent, comprehensive set of policy recommendations that address current needs and, if properly heeded, could help pave the way forward. Once again, this year’s assessment…

2004 Annual Assessment

The future of the Jewish people is not assured, though there are great opportunities for thriving. To succeed, large resources, judicious coping with critical decisions and careful crafting of long-term grand-policies are needed. Read the full paper: 2004 Annual Assessment

2005 Annual Assessment

The 2005 Annual Assessment Executive Report: “Facing a Rapidly Changing World” provides an updated view of the challenges, threats, and opportunities confronting the Jewish People. JPPPI proposes a strategic agenda for Jewish organizations and the Government of Israel for the coming year. Project Heads: Prof. Sergio DellaPergola, Prof. Yehezkel Dror, and Dr. Shalom Solomon Wald. Read the full study: 2005…

2006 Annual Assessment

The 2006 Annual Assessment is designed to outline and evaluate the state and dynamics of the world Jewry from multiple perspectives and to assess anticipated changes in the future. Its objective is to prepare a comprehensive and multi-dimensional annual overview that is revised to reflect trends and changes in the situation and dynamics affecting the Jewish people. This comprehensive qualitative…

2007 Annual Assessment

The 2007 Annual Assessment

2008 Annual Assessment

The 2008 Annual assessment — the fifth annual assessment — follows in the footsteps of its predecessors. Its overview of the preceding year in terms of geo-political, economic, social, and political developments internationally and in the Diaspora and in Israel is well done and insightful. Not surprisingly, it addresses the growth of Iranian leverage in the Middle East, the divisions…

2009 Annual Assessment

The 2009 JPPI Assessment takes a trenchant and wide-ranging look at the implications of the global 6nancial crisis and the “Great Recession” on the Jewish world and Israel. For the 2009 Annual Assessment