The Jewish Policy Center, a not-for-profit 501 (C)(3) think tank, provides scholarly perspectives on foreign and domestic policies that impact the Jewish community in the United States, and the broader American public.
The JPC asserts that Jewish Americans can no longer afford to stubbornly hold on to outdated ideas of the past. This includes optimism over misguided Middle East peace deals, appeasement of dictators, and unrealistic hopes that dangerous realities in the Middle East might simply change without tougher U.S. policies.
Domestically, the JPC also believes that Jewish Americans must break with the past. The JPC supports smaller government, lower taxes, free trade, and other issues.
The JPC has a strong interest in ensuring that colleges and universities across the United States provide an environment of intellectual diversity, and promote free and open dialogue on America's most critical foreign policy issues.
The JPC shares its unique perspective on these sensible policies through:
inFocus Quarterly is the Jewish Policy Center's quarterly Journal. inFocus is a collection of scholarly essays that focus on a specific policy theme each quarter. Essays are written by some of the top experts and academics around the world.
Media Articles by Jewish Policy Center Fellows and staff appear in national publications, articulating the policies and ideas supported by the JPC. Mass media outlets will also occasionally air segments featuring representatives of the JPC, articulating the policies and ideas supported by the organization.
inContext Blog. The JPC hosts a blog on this site. Entries, written by Matthew RJ Brodsky, Samara Greenberg and others, typically provide insight into current events and breaking news. We also discuss pieces by our distinguished board of fellows. Check back regularly for updates.
JPC forums and speakers. The JPC regularly sponsors speeches, forums and symposia in important Jewish communities across the country. Past events have featured celebrated speakers such as Michael Medved, Daniel Pipes, Steve Emerson, John Podhoretz, Cliff May, David Horowitz, Dennis Prager, and Mona Charen. Topics generally focus on current events and important national and international issues.
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