Cyberspace has come to play a major role in our life, as the recent election campaign has so vividly demonstrated. Also, the IDF is planning a revolution that would lead to the use of standardized digital information throughout the military. Amir Rapaport's weekly column
This week's events in the Gaza Strip arrived at a strange timing and under equally strange circumstances. What characterizes this particular round against Hamas and what should be expected next? Amir Rapaport’s weekly column
Following the recent scandal involving the alleged hacking into Benny Gantz's mobile phone, and in anticipation of future scandals, Amir Rapaport’s special column delves into the truths and lies about cyber and the elections
The regional reality after the withdrawal of the US forces from Syria is in the process of being reshaped with Iran, Turkey, and Russia remaining as the primary triangle in the Middle East. Special column by Amir Rapaport on the implications to Israel's national security policy
Tempers continued to flare this week in connection with the military's preparedness for war after the IDF committee appointed to look into this matter rejected the conclusions of the Military Ombudsman. Amir Rapaport's weekly column attempts to put some order into the readiness state of the IDF
The IDF has launched an operation to uncover and neutralize Hezbollah terror tunnels in the north. Amir Rapaport's weekly column attempts to answer questions arising from the operation: Why now? Is this operation really necessary? And who actually deters the other side more effectively – Israel or Hezbollah?