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The Future of the Current World Order: Implications for Israel and the Jewish People

The terrible human cost of World War II drove the United States to promote the establishment of institutions, rules, conventions, and agreements that would regulate, in the international sphere, such basic issues as arms control, trade, health, environmental protection, and more. This “world order,” which was forged during a period of American dominance and rooted in a multilateral approach to…
Antisemitism and De-Legitimization

Annual assessment for 2022 – main recommendations

The Jewish People Policy Institute (JPPI) Releases 2022 Annual Assessment of the Situation and Dynamics of the Jewish People, Indicators of Jewish Safety and Well-being in Decline Main Recommendations • Diaspora communities (with the assistance of Israel) should prioritize significant Jewish education projects – financially, socially, and institutionally • Philanthropy in Israel, by both individuals and institutions, should be encouraged,…
Antisemitism and De-Legitimization
Culture

Israeli Television: A Global Perspective

Culture
Identity

Rising Streams: Reform and Conservative Judaism in Israel

Identity
Asia

India, Israel and the Jewish People

  INDIA, ISRAEL AND THE JEWISH PEOPLE Looking Ahead, Looking Back 25 Years after Normalization   With a Foreword by H.E. President Reuven Rivlin   Shalom Salomon Wald and Arielle Kandel
Asia
Geopolitics

Geopolitical Challenges and the New Government

The current stormy geopolitical environment will not afford the new Israeli government a grace period. The long list of serious dilemmas, complex and intertwined issues, and decisions that will be made (or delayed), are expected to critically influence Israel’s future. The main geopolitical challenges within the global and regional framework are also stormy, riddled with question marks and are very…
Geopolitics
Israel-Diaspora Relations

On Israelis Abroad

Current intensive migration trends, which many societies and states are experiencing as a result of economic globalization, have not by-passed Israel. Emigration from Israel is unique in that its principal treatment comes from the parent country, Israel, and much less from the destination countries. The main reason for this is that, in Israel, emigration is viewed as a contradiction of…
Israel-Diaspora Relations
Geopolitics

2030: Alternative Futures for the Jewish People

2030: Alternative Futures for the Jewish People, led by Ambassador Avi Gil and Dr. Einat Wilf , represents the efforts of the entire staff over the last six years under the guidance of Professor Yehezkel Dror, to confront the main challenges likely to face the Jewish People in the next 20 years. Together with JPPI’s Annual Assessments and other strategic…
Geopolitics
Islam and the Arab world

Muslim Anti-Semitism: The Challenge and Possible Responses

This position paper, that was first published in 2009,  seeks to describe and analyze the phenomenon of hatred against Jews in the Muslim world, note the dangers it embodies, and suggest courses of action for its thwarting and/or alleviation. The work discusses: 1. The legacy of the near and far Islamic past, its empirical presence, its present usages, as well as the…
Islam and the Arab world
Demography

Jerusalem

This paper deals with enhancing the standing of Jerusalem as the civilizational capital of the Jewish people and as a cultural and spiritual center of humanity as a whole, while respecting and preserving its importance in Christianity and Islam. It has been prepared by the Jewish People Policy Planning Institute at the joint initiative of the Mayor of Jerusalem and…
Demography