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America’s decision to leave Afghanistan makes sense only if the plan is to cut losses in an unwinnable war and redirect resources and energies toward a winnable strategy against Iran.
The Middle East is doomed to remain difficult, brutal, violent, repressive, and culturally Islamist. Regional powers, including Israel, must come together, to guarantee stability.
The region, and Israel, need the ASEAN model of cooperation.
One of the issues that must be dealt with before the Iranian nuclear program is removing the threat of Hezbollah missiles.
Eleven policy prescriptions for Israel’s new government, reflecting the insights of JISS fellows who jointly surveyed the challenges Israel's leaders are facing and crafted these diplomatic and defense policy emphases.
It must be made clear to Israel’s rivals in both the north and the south that they will pay a very serious price for attacking Israel.
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