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Books of The Studies of

Dr. Yehuda Cohen

 About (the late) Dr. Yehuda Cohen 

Dr. Yehuda Cohen's post-doctoral research work at the Political Science Department of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem focused on nationality and the European Union. This vast and inclusive research has been documented in two five-volume series named: 

(a) Post-Nationality in the European Union's Core that includes: The Germans: Absent Nationality and the Holocaust  (2010). The French: Myths of Revolution  (2011), The Spanish: Shadows of Embarrassment  (2012), The Italians: Family as a Core  (2013) and The British: Reverence towards Nationality (2014).


(b) Post-Nationality in the European Union's East and North (published by Nova Science Publishers) That includes: The Dutch: Creativity in the Face of Nature (2016), The Poles: Myths and Reality (2017), The Hungarians: Borders of Language and Dilemmas of Identity (2019), The Bulgarians: A Forged Mélange (2019) and The Swedes: The Main Nordic-Europeans (2021)


Dr. Cohen is also the author of two previous works - Who's Afraid of a Jewish State? Constitutional and Ideological Aspects (2001), and Why Religion? (2003), a study of the role of religion and nationality.

He also published: Islam and Muslims in Europe (2018, by Nova Science Publishers) based on all his comprehensive research.


Yehuda (1931-2020) published his first book about the Jewish State mentioned above, after he turned into academic research at the age of 66, following 40 years of being a professional advocate in Jerusalem.


According to the system he developed, Dr. Cohen anticipated (in 2014, before Brexit) that Britain will secede from the EU (Click here for more info.) while the other participants of that body will form one nationality having about 1500 years of common History.

This new perspective led to the introducing of a new realm of academic research called Nationology, on which he wrote the textbook: Myths, Religion and Nationality which is about to be published (Alas, after his departure).

His research legacy is now conducted, according to his implicit will, by his son Gideon.

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