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In 1953, five years after the establishment of the State of Israel, its first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion, wrote what is known as the “Eighteen Point Document,” which has come to be Israel’s only official national security document. In it,...

Israel’s political quagmire might be subdued due to the ongoing war in Gaza and Lebanon. Responsible leaders and citizens should use the unrest and push for a responsible constitutional reform....
While military efforts on both fronts are far from being resolved, Israeli leadership must develop a clear and decisive plan for the inevitable status quo shifts that will become apparent in the post-war reality. ...
The new geopolitical landscape following the October 7th terror attacks has highlighted a crucial yet largely unrecognized alliance between Israel and India. Increased Indian interest in the Jewish state should serve as a signal for Israel to broaden its diplomatic...
Ever since the establishment of the state of Israel, the human rights narrative has been disproportionately used against it. Following the massacre of October 7th, well-funded and organized NGOs have rallied yet again, and the onslaught of disinformation and distorted...
The horrific massacre in the south, writes Uri Heitner, occurred because we became addicted to quiet and allowed ourselves to suffice with weak responses to active violence. To prevent a similar—and even more terrifying—scenario in the north, Israel must shift...

Misconceptions about Israel’s Bedouin community hinder progress in their relations with the broader population. The prevailing image of nomadic poverty doesn’t reflect the modern reality. Land ownership disputes are at the heart of the issue, challenging the government’s attempts to...

In its war with terror armies, the IDF has abandoned the goal of decisive victory, and with it the use of ground maneuver as an offensive and proactive strategy for winning the conflict. The test of history, and the new...