Israeli National Security
A New Strategy for an Era of Change
March 1, 2018
11:00 - 11:30 am
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Despite its overwhelming preoccupation with foreign and defense affairs, Israel does not have a formal national security strategy. In Israeli National Security, Chuck Freilich presents an authoritative analysis of the military, diplomatic, demographic, and societal challenges Israel faces today that would underlie any comprehensive and
long-term Israeli national security strategy. The new strategy places greater emphasis on restraint, defense, and diplomacy as means of addressing the challenges Israel faces. By bringing Israel's most critical debates about the Palestinians, demography, Iran, Hezbollah, Hamas, US relations and nuclear strategy into sharp focus, the strategy Freilich proposes addresses the primary challenges Israel must address in order to chart its national course.
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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