Category: Strategic Affairs

Restoring military supremacy

Jul 27, 2014

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Victory over Hamas is critical for Israel in grand strategic perspective. Israel mustn’t allow Kerry’s shortsightedness to throw it off track.

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Putin’s audacity, Obama’s timidity

Mar 2, 2014

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For the next two-and-one-half years, until Obama’s term comes to a blessed end, we can expect more of the same effrontery from Putin. Alas, we can expect similar impudence and defiance from the Iranians and Turks too.

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Emasculating America

Sep 19, 2013

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Barack Obama is purposefully engineering the decline of America on the world stage. He very clearly believes that the humbling of America will bring healing to the world; that he will be leaving the world a better place by cutting unexceptional America down to size.

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Purposefully dragging America down

Sep 10, 2013

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The nonchalance of Barack Obama as America decays is ideological. Obama intends it. He seeks the weakening of the United States on the global stage. Obama believes that he will be leaving the world a better place by cutting America down to size.

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Time for new strategic thinking

May 3, 2013

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The Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies has been consistently ahead of the curve. Its experts have looked over-the-horizon and produced out-of-the-box policy recommendations, even when their conclusions were not always politically correct or well-received by mainstream pundits.

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Beware of Beinart

Nov 21, 2012

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Peter Beinart has gone over to the dark side. An abode where Hamas are the good guys, and Israel the bad guy. Perhaps there’s more fame and money to be made in that wicked world.

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Bubbles Bursting in Air

Nov 20, 2012

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Quite a few “bubbles” have popped over the past week. Whether the current round of warfare with Hamas ends today in another bad ceasefire or extends into an even worse ground fight, quite a few political myths already have been demolished.

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R.I.P. Syria?

Nov 16, 2012

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Ten experts at the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies debate the implications of the Syrian civil war. They say: Israel should stay out of the conflict, but prepare for continued instability as Syria breaks up. A 10,000-word Jerusalem Post Magazine story written by me.

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Kicking the Iranian Can Down the Road

Aug 22, 2012

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As the debate intensifies regarding unilateral Israeli action against Iran, everybody seems to be playing kick the can down the road. Blame the other. A very dangerous game.

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Why Israelis remain leery of Obama

Jun 19, 2012

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When the centrifuges continue to spin in Qom, it’s no wonder that many in Israel prefer Mitt Romney… A new public opinion poll shows that large majorities of Israelis are dissatisfied with Obama administration’s policies on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and on Iran.

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