Colonel (Res.) Yehuda Wegman

Colonel (Res.) Yehuda Wegmen served for over a decade as a senior instructor of fighting doctrine at the IDF Command and General Staff College. During the Yom Kippur War he served as an officer in the first reservist battalion to reach the Golan Heights. Today he develops military instructional methods and writes on military and security matters.

Publications by Colonel (Res.) Yehuda Wegman

ISRAEL’S SECURITY DOCTRINE AND THE TRAP OF “LIMITED CONFLICT”

No. 514     March 2004 The many classic examples of low-intensity conflict – in Indo-China, Malaya, Algeria, Cuba, and Northern Ireland – are irrelevant to the case of Israel. Not a single citizen in Britain, France, or the United […] Read More »

Israel’s Security Doctrine and the Trap of “Limited Conflict”

The many classic examples of low-intensity conflict – in Indo-China, Malaya, Algeria, Cuba, and Northern Ireland – are irrelevant to the case of Israel. Not a single citizen in Britain, France, or the United States had his daily routine in his native country disrupted as a result of the low-intensity combat conducted by his country’s army on a foreign battlefield. Read More »