Mr. Amir Rapaport is the founder and Editor in Chief of IsraelDefense Magazine - an international magazine on Israeli military and defense affairs. He is a former military correspondent and commentator, an author and research associate at the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies (BESA) of Bar-Ilan University.
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Prime Minister Naftali Bennett with the head of the Mossad, David Barnea
Why did the interview given by Yossi Cohen to Ilana Dayan spark anger? Will the Mossad carry out fewer "daring operations" under Barnea? And who is expected to be selected soon as the next head of the ISA? A column by Amir Rapaport
The "Guardian of the Walls" war started at a high level of intensity, and therefore it will be shorter than wars in the past. Towards the end of the war's first week, Hamas used its advantage of surprise to the fullest while Israel made a series of errors, but from now on Israel's great military advantage is expected to set the tone unless the war spreads to additional fronts. A column by Amir Rapaport
A column by Amir Rapaport on the eve of Independence Day including his personal conclusions (and experiences) from the Cybertech conference in the UAE, which he calls "one of the most exciting experiences of my life"
How do Israel's elections affect the selection of the IAF's next planes? Will the struggle over the position of head of the Mossad resume? And what will be done with the Israeli COVID-19 vaccine? A column by Amir Rapaport
FILE PHOTO: U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo takes part in a meeting with Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates September 19, 2019. Mandel Ngan/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo