Dani Asher

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Brig.- Gen. (res.) Dr. Dani (Daniel) Asher is a military historian<br/>and researcher, who specializes in the Arab military operations and the Arab-Israeli wars.

The Quest for a New Doctrine

This expanded and updated edition of the book by Dr. Haim Assa and Maj. Gen. (res.) Yedidia Yaari attempts to provide answers to the modern defense challenges

On Flexibility / Meir Finkel

Brigadier General (res.) Dr. Dani Asher, author, lecturer, and veteran intelligence officer, reviews Colonel Dr. Meir Finkel’s book on “The element of surprise in warfare”. The author claims that knowing how to recover quickly from battlefield surprise is imperative in force planning

Deception Games

The world has recently commemorated the 100th anniversary of the breakout of World War I. Brig. Gen. (res.) Dr. Dani Asher returns to General Allenby and the manner in which he fought the Turks in this region and conquered Palestine

Arab Spring Indeed?

An exhaustive analysis by various political scientists of the Arab Spring events attempts to identify and point out the trends in the Arab world as well as the challenges facing it. Book Review

Deputy Corps Cdr., Ehud Barak at Beirut’s captured airport (Photo: Yossi Ben Hanan)

Large-Scale War, Narrow Perspective

Brigadier General (Res.) Dr. Dani Asher reviews a new book on the Yom Kippur War

The Nature of War

In Lieutenant Colonel (Res.) Ron Tira’s “The Nature of War”, war is likened to a game with constantly changing rules. Brigadier General (Res.) Dr. Dani Asher outlines the author’s analysis of various types of confrontations as seen through the prism of conflict in Israel and the world