Mubarak Changes His Tune
February 16, 2003 | Victor Nahmias
On the day after the Israeli elections, in a move both surprising and personally dangerous, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak telephoned Prime Minister Sharon to congratulate him on his election victory and to invite him to a summit meeting after the establishment of the new Israeli government. The Egyptian press later stated that the meeting would take place in Sharm el-Sheikh.
Israel Looks Over the Horizon: Responding to the Threats of Weapons Proliferation
July 1, 2001 | Prof. Gerald M. Steinberg
The wave of Palestinian violence and terrorism that began at the end of September 2000 led to a widespread tendency to focus exclusively on Israeli-Palestinian political and security relationships. This narrow concentration of attention is potentially misleading and obscures the fundamental security threats that Israel is facing at the beginning of the twenty-first century.
Failure of Perception and Self-Deception: Israel’s Quest for Peace in the Context of Related Historical Cases
March 15, 2001 | Joel Fishman
An examination of the historical record reveals many examples of failures of perception, and of leaders and governments refusing to integrate compelling information of existential importance. Taking account of new information and responding to changing circumstances is vital to man's relationship with his environment. When a dysfunction in the process of absorbing important new knowledge and correcting mistakes occurs, the faculty of rational judgment may be fatefully impaired.
A New Diplomacy . . .
October 17, 2000 | Amb. Dore Gold
Jews in Egypt – 1983
June 15, 1983
U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East After Sadat
October 29, 1981
Bolstering the Regime from Within
July 4, 1979
Where Do We Go From Here?
January 23, 1978
The Palestinian Arabs’ Reaction to the Sadat Initiative
January 5, 1978