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                  Political Parties and Groups among the Jews of Poland and Western Ukraine in 1919–1939
                  Political Parties and Groups among the Jews of Poland and Western Ukraine in 1919–1939
                  30.05.2011
                  From the editor: the political spectrum of the Jewish organizations that emerged in Poland between the two wars became to a large degree the main factor in forming the range of views and opinions of the future of the Jewish life not only in the Diaspora but even in the yishuv. Therefore, we thought the political life of the Polish Jews in the above-mentioned years is of more than just regional significance and would be of interest to our readers.
                  Karaites of Crimea: History and Present-Day Situation in Community
                  Karaites of Crimea: History and Present-Day Situation in Community
                  29.05.2011
                  One of the most interesting ethnic and denominational groups that reside in the territory of the Crimean peninsula are the Crimean Karaites.
                  Anti-Semitism as PR Technology: “Jewish Question” In Presidential Campaign in Ukraine in 2004
                  Anti-Semitism as PR Technology: “Jewish Question” In Presidential Campaign in Ukraine in 2004
                  29.05.2011
                  Ethnic relations is the world's most easily exploitable topic for kindling passions to aggravate the public situation, should one want such an outcome. In post-Soviet territory this is one of the major issues.
                  Israeli Studies in Post-Soviet Space
                  Israeli Studies in Post-Soviet Space
                  29.05.2011
                  Israeli Studies in the recent years have been growing in popularity with researchers living in post-Soviet countries and specializing in different fields, such as political science, economy, history, and sociology.
                  Jewish cemeteries of the Crimea: history of research and present state of affairs
                  Jewish cemeteries of the Crimea: history of research and present state of affairs
                  26.04.2011

                  A report examining the Jewish cemeteries of the Crimea, including Karaites and Krymchaks.

                  Notes on eastern Jewish necropoleis (Caucasus and Central Asia)
                  Notes on eastern Jewish necropoleis (Caucasus and Central Asia)
                  23.04.2011

                  Michael Chlenov's field noes on Jewish necropoleis of Caucasus and Central Asia.

                  Anti-Israeli actions and statements in the post-Soviet space after the arrest of the so-called "Freedom Flotilla"
                  Anti-Israeli actions and statements in the post-Soviet space after the arrest of the so-called "Freedom Flotilla"
                  12.04.2011

                  A survey of anti-Israeli actions and statements in the post-Soviet space after the arrest of the so-called ''Freedom Flotilla.''

                  No End to the Revolution
                  No End to the Revolution
                  31.03.2011

                  Euro-Asian Jewish Congress (EAJC) Secretary General, Professor Michael Chlenov on the roots and possible consequences of the revolutions in Arabic countries.

                  What Is the JAFI That We Need?
                  What Is the JAFI That We Need?
                  30.03.2011
                  Euro-Asian Jewish Congress (EAJC) Secretary General, Professor Michael Chlenov on the upcoming JAFI reform.
                  Nonacademic Reason
                  Nonacademic Reason
                  29.03.2011, Xenophobia and anti-Semitism

                  Comment of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress (EAJC) PR Department on the situation concerning the one-sided break of relations between an African and an Israeli university.

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