Maj. Gen. (res.) Uzi Dayan

Maj.-Gen. (res.) Uzi Dayan served as Head of the Planning Branch of the IDF General Staff and headed the Israeli security committee to peace negotiations with the Jordanians, Palestinians, and Syrians. He later served as head of the Central Command and as Deputy Chief of the General Staff. He also served as Chairman of Israel's National Security Council and was the National Security Adviser to the Prime Minister.

Publications by Maj. Gen. (res.) Uzi Dayan

What Are Defensible Borders and Why Are They Important for Israel?

Strategic depth, ability to defend yourself from an attack from the outside, and finally fighting terrorism effectively. Read More »

Defensible Borders to Ensure Israel’s Future

Defensible Borders to Ensure Israel’s Future Maj. Gen. (res.) Uzi Dayan Israel Has a Natural and Internationally Recognized Right to Defensible Borders Israel’s fundamental right to defensible borders is grounded in the strategic and legal circumstances that emerged immediately after the Six-Day War, […] Read More »

Israel’s National Security Considerations in Its Approach to the Peace Process

Israeli Defense Needs: Maj. Gen. (res.) Uzi Dayan

Israeli has a right to defend itself without being subject to an international military team and its final borders must ensure that Israeli territory is defensible, explained Uzi Dayan at the Hadar-Israel event, “Israel’s Critical Security Needs for a Viable […] Read More »

Defensible Borders to Secure Israel’s Future

Israel’s Deterrence after the Second Lebanon War

The Islamic fundamentalist war against Israeli and Jewish existence in the Middle East – which is being waged by both Hizbullah and Hamas – did not begin in 1967, and it is not going to end even if Israel redeploys along the 1967 lines. Hardly anybody in Israel thinks that if we give territories now, we will get peace in return. Read More »