Kobi Michael

DR. KOBI MICHAEL is a scholar who focuses on peace and war studies and professor of conflict resolution and strategy. He is a recipient of the Tshetshik Prize (2005) for the best research on Israel National Security, the Itzhak Sade Prize for military literature for a book to which he contributed three chapters (2006), and the Yariv Award (2002) for the best research on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Publications by Kobi Michael

Building the Positive Peace: The Urgent Need to Bring the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Back to Basics

It is generally accepted that the peace process, launched in 1993, went off the tracks and failed to meet the expectations of the interested parties: the state of Israel, the Palestinian Authority, and the international community Read More »