Military & Strategic Affairs

Military & Strategic Affairs

Loitering munition is a weapon system category in which the munition loiters around the target area for some time, searches for targets, and attacks...

Egypt is interested in the procurement of Buk-M3 Surface-to-Air Missiles (SAM) from Russia. The parties still need to agree on volumes, terms of performance and...

By Emily B. Landau, Shimon Stein* When Shultz, Perry, Kissinger, and Nunn published their op-eds on a world free of nuclear weapons in 2007 and 2008,...

Israel seems to be reassessing its position on the sale of locally made UASs to the Ukraine, this after the Kremlin announcement that it...

President Vladimir Putin lifted, on Monday, a ban on supplying Iran with sophisticated S-300 air defense missile systems. This in the aftermath of the...
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[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTmER698u8g?list=PL2lcLUTJmbODltavrkE8WwhQW5aFIlYMk] Register to iHLS Israel Homeland Security In this weekly Video report (March 31st 2015): Missile Defense: US Unveils Innovative AEGIS System ISIS Recruiting In New York The...

At the start of 2015, Israel’s two major fronts – home to the two hostile players with which Israel has had military encounters in...

A recent arms deal between Egypt and France may indicate a change in the regional balance of power; Egypt's traditional reliance on U.S. arms...

  The Minsk II Agreement: Implications of a (Shaky) Ceasefire The Minsk II Agreement, reached on February 12, 2015 between Ukraine and the separatist provinces in...

The violent battle between Israel and Hizbollah in Lebanon and Syria, and perhaps even outside the Middle East, can be expected to continue and...

A prominent feature of many terrorist attacks in recent months by Islamic radicals is their independent, spontaneous, unplanned nature – sometimes called the work...

Russian President Putin (L) meeting with Egyptian President el-Sisi (R) in Cairo, February 9, 2015 On February 9-10, 2015, Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Egypt...

On January 9, 2015, the German weekly Der Spiegel published an article alleging that Syria did not give up its nuclear weapons development ambitions...

In his book Sectarian Politics in the Gulf, Frederic M. Wehrey argues that the Arab Gulf states are united by a shared threat perception...

A telegram from the US embassy in Azerbaijan that was published in Wikileaks claimed that the President of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev, compared Israel-Azerbaijan relations...

The Refugee Population: An Overview Defined as the “worst humanitarian disaster since the end of the cold war,” the Syrian civil war has to date...

Recent years have witnessed the accelerated weakening of state actors in the Middle East. In turn, regular state armies are less able to grapple...

Global oil prices have fallen dramatically over the past six months, following an excess of supply over demand. The drop in prices is another...

On January 16, 2015, Fatou Bensouda, prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), announced her decision to open a preliminary examination of the situation...

Recent years have witnessed the accelerated weakening of state actors in the Middle East. In turn, regular state armies are less able to grapple...

Since mid-2014, global oil prices have fallen dramatically. The price of an American WTI barrel of oil was $44 in late January 2015, compared...

The ICC’s Decision to Open a Preliminary Examination: Cause for Concern, not for Panic. On January 16, 2015, Fatou Bensouda, prosecutor of the International Criminal...

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