Policy paper

A new Jewish identity for post-1989 Europe

lt is up to European Jewry to become the third, equal, partner-with the United States and lsrael-in building a revitalized, world Jewish identity.

Diana Pinto

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Since 1989 a new Europe has emerged. The fall of the Berlin Wall has not merely resulted in the redrawing of geographical boundaries but in new intellectual freedom and democratic pluralism. This sea change presents many challenges, but none greater than to Europe's Jews, whose communities were decimated by the Holocaust. Conditions are now in place for a possible Jewish renaissance.

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Diana Pinto

Diana Pinto

Diana Pinto is an intellectual historian and writer living in Paris. The daughter of Italian Jewish parents, educated in the United States and a resident...

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