Jewish Kinship at a Crossroads: Lessons for Homelands and Diasporas
Yossi Shain examines the growing involvement of Jewish-Americans in what he calls the Israeli Kulturkampf and underscores how Israel is reaching out to diasporic voices in an unprecedented manner. He also evaluates how the interplay between Jewish security and Jewish identity affects the sense of kinship solidarity.
The Global Migration Crisis: Challenges to States and Human Rights, Myron Weiner Reviewed by Yossi Shain
Ethnic Diasporas and U.S. Foreign Policy, Yossi Shain
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