Playing Chess in a Backgammon Atmosphere

Brig. Gen. (Res.) Nitzan Nuriel believes the State of Israel must understand that players in the Middle East are all looking at the manner in which it conducts itself during Operation Protective EdgeOne cannot play chess following rules of backgammon

Erez Schreiber and Dr. Erwin Tal Gutellmacher (Photo: Asaf Haver)

The Advantage is in the Energy

The competition in the global weapon system market is heating up and at Elbit Systems they gambled on the development of state-of-the-art super capacitors

On Technology and Courage

The development and use of cutting-edge autonomous technologies have had both direct and indirect influences on the strategic and operational environment of the IDF. Brig. Gen. (res.) Asaf Agmon in an opinion column on the importance of the human factorThe Importance of the Human Factor

The Ukraine Crisis - Possible Implications for Israel

The evolving crisis around Ukraine may be of great significance to the Middle East, primarily to the State of Israel, in a variety of ways. Prof. Zaki Shalom outlines the possible implications of the Ukraine crisis for IsraelThe Ukraine Crisis - Possible Implications for Israel

The incident in the village of Qusra (Photo: Nasser Ishtayeh/AP)

Just a Matter of Time

Violence between Israeli settlers and Palestinian villagers in the West Bank is only a matter of time, as the "Price Tag Policy" is gaining force. OpinionViolence in Judea & Samaria is just a matter of time

Guardians of the Sky

At the IAF's 133rd Squadron, young pilots are being trained to be ready for any scramble and for any mission. Or Heller visited the young commanders and pilots and heard about their willingness to defend Israel's national airspace against any possible threat

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