OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Israeli National Security: A New Strategy for an Era of Change

ISBN : 9780190602932

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¥6,149
Author: 
Charles D. Freilich
Pages
496 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
164 x 242 mm
Pub date
Apr 2018
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The most comprehensive study to date of Israel's national security. It combines an exhaustive analysis of the military, diplomatic, demographic and societal challenges Israel faces, with the responses it has developed, to present a detailed proposal for an overall new national security strategy, the first such Israeli strategy ever published.

Index: 

Foreword and Acknowledgements
Acronyms
Major Wars and Military Operations
List of Maps, Tables, Figures
Part I
Introduction
1. Israel's Classic Defense Doctrine
Part II: A Strategic Environment Transformed
2. Israel's New Strategic Setting
3. The Changing Military Threat
4. Non-Military Threats
5. Israeli Society and National Security
Part III: Israel's Strategic Response
6. The Classic Military Response in Perspective
7. The Military Response Today
8. Nuclear and Regional Arms Control Policy
9. The Foreign Policy Response
10. The Special Relationship
Part IV: A National Security Strategy for an Era of Change
11. Primary Conclusions
12. Policy Recommendations
Appendix
List of Interviews
Bibliography
Notes
Index

About the author: 

Charles D. Freilich, a former Israeli deputy national security adviser, is a senior fellow at Harvard's Belfer Center, specializing in Israeli national security strategy, US-Middle East policy, and Middle Eastern affairs. He teaches political science at Harvard, NYU, and the Herzliya Inter-Disciplinary Center. He is also the author of Zion's Dilemmas: How Israel Makes National Security Policy.

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