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Annual Assessment: The Situation and Dynamics of the Jewish People in 2023

The Jewish People Policy Institute’s Annual Assessment plays both a summing-up and a forward-looking role. On the one hand, each year it examines events and developments that had an impact on the State of Israel and on the Jewish world. On the other hand, it monitors important trends to influence their direction, in order to improve the situation of Israel and of Jewish communities around the world.
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