Assembled by Ken Stein, Emory University and Center for Israel Education

Today in Israeli History, Center for Israel Education,


Doron Almog, “What Israel has Learned about Security: Nine IDF Officers Discuss Israel’s Security Challenges,” January 2013, –eBook,

***Alterman, Owen and Brown, Cameron S. “Support for Israel in a Changing America,” INSS, Strategic Assessment, Volume 15, No. 4, January 2013,

Chérine Chams El Dine, “The Military and Egypt’s Transformation Process,“ February 2013,

***Ofer Kenig, “The 2013 Knesset Election Results: A Preliminary Analysis of the Upcoming Parliament,” January 2013,

***Michael Eisenstadt and David Pollock, “Assed Test How the United States Benefits from the Its Alliance with Israel,” Strategic Report 7, Washington Institute for Near East Policy, September 2012,

Dr. Emmanuel Navon, Mali: A Diplomatic Opportunity for Israel, BESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 197, February 11, 2013,

Dr. Jacques Neriah, Al-Qaeda and Global Jihad, Global Jihad, North Africa, Radical Islam, Terrorism, Vol. 13, No. 3, January 30, 2013,

Dr. Jacques Neriah, “Two Years of the Arab Spring: Reflections about Democracy in the Arab World,” January 13, 2013,
Paul Rivlin, “The Oil Market: Dramatic Changes, but Not in Prices,” Iqtisadi Middle East Economy, Vol. 3, No. 2 February 2013,

Paul Salem, “Can Lebanon Survive the Syrian Crisis?” December 11, 2012, Carnegie Papers,

Yoram Schweitzer, Olga Bogorad, and Einav Yogev, “Has the Campaign in the Maghreb and in West Africa Reached a New Level,“ INSS Insight No. 397, January 23, 2013,

Sher, Gilead and Ofek, Liran , “Dividing the Land, Not the People: Lessons from the Givat HaUlpana and Migron Evacuations, INSS Strategic Assessment, Volume 15, No. 4, January 2013,

Yiftah Shapir,” Syrian Weapons in Hizbollah Hands, “ INSS Insight No. 404, February 14, 2013,

***Amos Yadlin, “Israel’s National Security Challenges 2012-2013: The Need for Proactive Policy,” INSS Insight, as found in Strategic Survey for Israel 2012-2013;

***While the readings are recommended, we do not necessarily agree with each author’s view.

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