Amos Yadlin served as Israel’s chief of defense intelligence and then, from 2011-2021, as executive director of the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) in Tel Aviv.
By serving as a mediator between Ukraine and Russia, Israel’s prime minister brings his nation into new and unknown territory. Is he doing the right thing?
There are four possibilities for the Gaza Strip’s future, from continued decline to Egypt stepping in. Which is most likely?
It forestalls annexation and deals a blow to the longstanding Palestinian veto on Israel’s relationship with other countries. It promises even more, but that depends on hard work.
The Israeli general and security expert joins us to talk about what’s going on, who might be responsible, and how Iran might retaliate.
The Arab Spring has damaged non-Sunnis as much as Sunnis; to the latter, it has actually brought a newfound convergence.
Why Israel needs to move now toward a division of the land—even in the absence of a peace deal.