Washington Institute: Public Statement on US Policy Toward the Iran Nuclear NegotiationsJune 29, 2015
The agreement will not prevent Iran from having a nuclear weapons capability. It will not require the dismantling of Iran’s nuclear enrichment infrastructure. It will however reduce that infrastructure for the next 10 to 15 years.
Rand Corporation: The Costs of the Israeli-Palestinian ConflictJune 11, 2015
Palestinians and Israelis will benefit significantly by reaching an agreement; another conflict between them will cost each community.
The May 2015 Peace IndexJune 9, 2015
This month’s Peace Index survey focuses on three issues: the process of forming a government, the challenges facing it in the political-security sphere, and the protest by the Ethiopian community.
Ronak D. Desai: Coming Out of the Closet: India-Israel Ties Under Narenda ModiMay 26, 2015
India and Israel are now making their private affair public. Is this stark departure one of style or substance?
Ruth Wisse: Anti-Semitism Goes to School
Anti-Semitism on American college campuses is rising—and worsening. Where does it come from, and can it be stopped?
BICOM Analysis: Prospects for Israel’s new CoalitionMay 7, 2015
This analysis provides key details of what has been agreed, the main agenda items of the coalition partners, and an assessment of how the coalition is likely to fare in domestic and foreign policy.
Dr. Gil Feiler: Economic Implications of Iran Sanctions ReliefApril 28, 2015
The lifting of sanctions on Iran will allow Teheran to increase its support for terrorist groups across the region, and bolster Iran’s political and military power.
Yossi Kuperwasser: The Struggle over the Iranian Nuclear ProgrammeApril 21, 2015
Yossi Kuperwasser, "The Struggle over the Iranian Nuclear Programme, " Fathom, Winter/2015
Michael Margolit: Meet Israel’s New LawmakersMarch 20, 2015
Michael Margolit, Meet Israel’s New Lawmakers,” Ynet News, March 20, 2015.
Itamar Rabinovich: Israel and the Changing Middle EastFebruary 19, 2015
Complexity and ambivalence are inherent in Israel’s relationship with its Middle Eastern environment. Israel’s national security agenda is shaped by the hostility of a large part of the Arab and Muslim worlds.
Is Hamas’s Real Goal to Lift the “Siege” on Gaza?September 9, 2014
There is a major, and unfounded, underlying assumption behinds calls for Israel to accept Hamas's conditions: that Hamas is genuinely motivated by its responsibility for the welfare of Gazans.