The United States is capable of identifying the preparations for North Korean missile tests and can intercept the missiles before they are launched or immediately after launch. So, why did they avoid taking action? Is it possible that Pyongyang had managed to deter Washington? Special column by Brig. Gen. (res.) Nitzan Nuriel
"Risk assessment and risk management are two mutually-complementary processes whose relevance and influence only exist when positioned side by side." Special analysis of the national decision-making process by Brig. Gen. (res.) Nitzan Nuriel
The suicide bombing that struck a music concert in Manchester, England last night claimed the lives of 22 people and left 59 injured. In a special column, Brig. Gen. (res.) Nitzan Nuriel discusses the challenges of holding cultural and sporting events under the shadow of terror threats
Brig. Gen. (res.) Nitzan Nuriel attempts to evaluate the future occurrences for 2017 while stressing potential changes and turning points that may affect the Middle East generally and the State of Israel in particular
Brig. Gen. (res.) Nitzan Nuriel reviews the tools provided by the Israeli government to local authorities so that they may conduct their own preparations for the emergencies expected to develop in the various sectors. Opinion
In order to cope with technological threats effectively, the State, under the leadership of the Counterterrorism Bureau, must be capable of analyzing future technologies and the possibilities they offer to the various terrorist elements
Are we facing "different" wars? Brig. Gen. (res.) Nitzan Nuriel replies to an article by Colonel (res.) Atai Shelach, claiming that the difference between the "old" and "new" wars is much smaller than what people may think. And what does this mean for the infantrymen and the operational echelon?