“The Berman Jewish Policy Archive (BJPA) Stanford University is the central electronic address for Jewish communal policy. The BJPA@Stanford offers a vast collection of policy-relevant research and analysis on Jewish life to the public, free of charge, with holdings spanning from 1900 until today.” Its publications are searchable and browsable by topic.
This independent Israel- and Jewish issues-centered think-tank, focuses on Judaism, Islam, the Arab world, antisemitism, the Arab-Israeli conflict, Iran and nuclear weapons, Holocaust and Holocaust denial, and Egypt and the Arab rebellions. Of particular note is its Middle East and Jewish World Databank, whose alphabetical listing of subject headings might be of use to Jewish libraries.
JPR is an independent think tank based in London that was established "to fill the need for substantive policy research in the Jewish world." Of particular interest is its extensive collection of information on Jews in Europe as well as its searchable European Jewish Research Archive.
"JCPA is an independent, non-profit institute for policy research and education serving Israel and the Jewish people." In addition to information about its programs and publications, the site has extensive resources on a variety of timely topics.
Located in Jerusalem, “the mission of the Institute is to ensure the thriving of the Jewish People and the Jewish civilization by engaging in professional strategic thinking and planning on issues of primary concern to world Jewry.” Its site in English and Hebrew provides information about its publications and videos. It has a section on India and Israel.