Transfer of forces to Crimea, assignment of soldiers on the border and encouragement of pro-Russian demonstrations. Yakov (Yasha) Kedmi outlines the moves of the Russian President in the struggle for the future of Ukraine
Like a black hole that swallows everything around it, Iran aspires to swallow the countries surrounding it and reestablish the Persian Empire “from India even unto Ethiopia”. How will the world in general, and Israel in particular, respond?
The possibily that the sanctions on Iran are acheiving their objective should be examined
Israel, regional situations and perspectives: it is not about who has the better argument, but who is viewed as posing a greater risk
The former Head of the IDF Directorate of Military Intelligence portrays the internal reservations of the US president on whether or not to attack in Syria
There is no essential Western interest in destroying the Assad regime. A humanitarian strategy may encompass vital advantages that an offensive campaign policy may lack
Given the complex reality around us, we should reconsider whether the almost-automatic response of an Israeli strike after an enemy missile attack is really the appropriate course of action. A column by the former head of Israeli Military Intelligence
The chaos in the Middle East enhances the danger of war. Israel should consolidate a new strategy in order to meet this challenge successfully
Dr. Ehud Eilam compares and examines present-day Iran to past ambitions in the Middle East "A breach in what was the Iraqi wall would be a cause for concern among the Arab world, particularly if Iran were to have a nuclear arsenal."
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