The Phoenix Revisited – The Jewish Community of Russia Since Perestroika: a View from Jerusalem
This essay examines the roots of Jewish revival in Russia from the late Brezhnev period to the present. The development of the various institutions existing in today’s Jewish community in Russia is surveyed and their strengths and weaknesses are discussed. Particular attention is paid to the emergence of a stable indigenous community leadership. The essay looks at the internal social and political relations within the Jewish community as well as the relations of the community with the changing post-Soviet Russian regimes.
The Phoenix Revisited – The Jewish Community of Russia Since Perestroika: a View from Jerusalem. Spring 2002: https://archive.jpr.org.uk/object-rus28