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INSS Strategic Assessment Now Available Online

Latest INSS Strategic Assessment Now Available Online

The newest issue of Strategic Assessment , is now available online, and with its expanded scope, contains nine principal articles and two additional short commentaries. The lead article, Doesn't Hizbollah Brake at Red Lights? The Crisis in Lebanon and its Implications for Israel , by Dani Berkovich, focuses on Hizbollah's intentions vis-à-vis the current government in Lebanon and offers some scenarios for the future of the organization.

Also in this issue:

* The Israeli-Palestinian Arena: Straddling Escalation and Calm , by Anat Kurz

* The US: New Congress; New Atmosphere; New Policy? by Roni Bart

* Changes in Iran's Strategic Posture , by Ephraim Kam

* Developments on the North Korean Nuclear Axis: Parallels with Iran? by Ephraim Asculai and Emily Landau

* Renewed Negotiations with Syria: Currently Not in Israel's Interest , by Giora Eiland

* A Critical Look at Intelligence , by Aharon Ze'evi (Farkash)

* Defense Export Control in 2007: State of Affairs , by Uzi Eilam

* Arab Culture in the Eyes of the West , by Yoaz Hendel and Aiman Mansour

* Command in the IDF , by Gabriel Siboni

* "Anti-War": Has the IDF Really Lost Its Ability to Win Wars? by Yehuda Wegman

I hope you find this issue of interest. It can be accessed at


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