In this (the 3rd) edition of the Peoplehood Papers we asked our contributors to examine Israel through the lens of Jewish Peoplehood by addressing some difficult questions: • What does it mean to be the State of the Jewish People in 2008? • Is a new paradigm required to frame the relationship between the People and the State, as well as between the State and the People? Is Israel still the State of the Jewish People and what does that relationship entail? • What should Israel do in order to be the State of the People in the future? Should Israel be at the center of Jewish People? If so, what should the Jewish people do to keep Israel at the center of their Peoplehood?
This is the whole edition of the Peoplehood Papers #3.