During the 1973 war, Syria attempted to recapture the Golan Heights from Israel but failed. Since then, both countries have refrained from reigniting the war. As the war in Syria rages on, would the Israeli-Syrian front remain quiet?
The primary challenge IDF will face in the coming years will consist of hybrid opponents, namely – non-state organizations that had developed military strength combining guerrilla tactics and regular armed forces, notably Hamas and Hezbollah
Would Hezbollah use its vast missile arsenal? Will Hamas join the fight? And what will be the reaction of the Sunni Arab states? Dr. Ehud Eilam examines the possible implications of an Israeli airstrike on Iranian nuclear sites
In case Iran will breach the JCPOA agreement and try to produce nuclear weapons, Israel might attack its nuclear sites. Ehud Eilam on the dilemma confronted by Jordan, as Israeli planes might have to cross its airspace on their way to Iran
In a scenario of an Israeli strike on Iran, different powers are likely to react: Iran, Hezbollah, the United States and the Gulf Cooperation Council members. Ehud Eilam outlines the possible actions of the Gulf States and their implications
Israel and Arab states, members of the Gulf Cooperation Council, have several reasons why to stop Iran if the latter tries to produce a nuclear weapon. Ehud Eilam offers a vision for a future joint attack