The Egypt-Israel Common Strategic Agenda

By Professor Efraim Inbar, President of the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security. Egyptian and Israeli interests converge in Gaza, Sinai, Syria, and Libya, and regarding Turkey and other regional matters.…

What’s Next, After the Withdrawal from Afghanistan?

The Middle East is doomed to remain difficult, brutal, violent, repressive, and culturally Islamist. Regional powers, including Israel, must come together, to guarantee stability. By Major General (res.) Yaakov Amidror…

The Implications of the Fall of Kabul

The region, and Israel, need the ASEAN model of cooperation. By Colonel (res.) Dr. Eran Lerman, Vice President of the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security (JISS). In the wake of…

Bennett’s Visit to Washington

By Prof. Efraim Inbar, President of the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security. Bennett’s mission is to emphasize the American interest in the region and present Israel’s capacity to help…

The Road to Natanz Runs Through Beirut

By Prof. Efraim Inbar, President of the Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security. One of the issues that must be dealt with before the Iranian nuclear program is removing the…

The Surfacing Submarine Submerging (Again)

Published by The Jerusalem Strategic Tribune. Written by Amir Oren - July 2021 Some phrases have a history behind them. In early June 1974, 52-year-old Yitzhak Rabin, who as chief of staff…

There is No Clear-Cut Solution for Gaza

By Major General (res.) Yaakov Amidror There are plenty of nice plans for Gaza, but none that will change the core truth: Hamas will continue to seek Israel’s destruction, and…

Ten Lessons of the Recent Gaza War

By Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security President Professor Efraim Inbar and Vice President  Colonel (res.) Dr. Eran Lerman. Only time will tell whether Israel has been successful in buying…