Diaspora

Israel – Two Perspectives and the Zionism of the 21st Century

Last month, the Vice President of the Jewish People Policy Institute, Dr. Shuki Friedman, appeared at the Z-3 conference at the JCC in Palo Alto and spoke about the meaning of Zionism in the 21st century.

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Minister Nachman Shai: It is time for a new paradigm in Israeli-Diaspora

It is time we change the paradigm between Israeli-Diaspora relations. This week in Basel we celebrated the 125th anniversary since the first Zionist Congress, led by Theodor Herzl.
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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.
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Herzl and the First Zionist Congress: Then and now

We need a new Herzl and a new Zionist Congress, not for the purpose of establishing a state or defining identity, but to breathe the spirit of solidarity and Jewish brotherhood into an era of strife
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צעדת התפוצות בירושלים. צילום: אסתי דזיובוב TPS

צעדת התפוצות בירושלים. צילום: אסתי דזיובוב TPS

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How Much Should Israel Value Jewish Interests Over its Own?

The crisis with Russia surrounding the Jewish Agency raises the question again: what price is Israel willing to pay for solidarity towards Diaspora Jewry?
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The Rise of the French Anti-System Parties: Implications for European Jewry

The extremist blocs now flanking President Emanuel Macron’s party disagree on nearly everything, but they are both angry – and neither bodes well for the Jews.
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China, the American Challenge and the Implications for Israel and the Jewish People

The US vs China: Confrontation Continues in 2021

Despite the Gloomy Headlines, American Jewry has Grown in Size

American Jewry has grown in size, is largely connected to Israel, and the young generation can be engaged; is more diverse and divided than in the past Highlights from Prof. Leonard Saxe’s lecture at JPPI (edited by Dan Feferman).
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Israel-Diaspora Relations and the Pew Report

The depth and quality of relations between Israeli and Diaspora Jews are perennially on the public agenda. The new Pew report, Jewish Americans in 2020, provides insight into our current point in time. It allows us to examine whether and how relations between the two largest Jewish communities – in Israel and the United States – are in a state…
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Policy Papers

The Diaspora Jewish Community, Post-Pandemic: Trends and Recommendations

The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed the way Jews practice and express their Jewishness. Because the possibility exists that things will not return to the pre-pandemic norm, measures must be taken to assist Diaspora Jewry address the recent developments and their impacts, turning them into opportunities for renewal and growth. The COVID-19 pandemic dramatically changed the way Jews practice and…
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