Where is the international outcry?
Some civilian deaths from 2009 weren’t Israel’s fault.
The findings of the Israeli comptroller’s report have been blown out of proportion.
NGOs and the media have disseminated a twisted view of reality.
The Weapon Wizards.
Investment, risk-taking, and necessity.
Non-combat officers should also learn to shoot.
There is much to be learned from the IDF.
In the face of constant war and terror, the Jewish state has not compromised its values.
A primitive drone almost prevented the Yom Kippur War.
Daniel Kahneman, Amos Tversky, and the origins of decision theory.
The new threats are neither guerrillas nor conventional armies, but something in-between.
Doing so would also serve U.S. interests.
In Israel, a Jewish ethos helps the army stay moral—and maintain its fighting spirit.