Critical Infrastructure Protection against Cyber Threats

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By Lior Tabansky INSS – Cyber Warfare Program . Introduction A functioning modern society depends on a complex tapestry of infrastructures: energy, communications, transportation, food, and many others....

Lawfare: The IDF’s Legal Front

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By Avihai Mandelblit INSS – Military and Strategic Affairs Program Lawfare is closely linked to the theme of this issue of Military and Strategic Affairs: the...

Cyberspace and Terrorist Organizations

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By Yoram Schweitzer, Gabi Siboni, and Einav Yogev NSS – Cyber Warfare Program In a scene in the 1990 movie Die Hard 2, terrorists take control...

i-HLS TV: Promo – Iron Dome

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Iron Dome By Yiftah Shapir,  Senior Research Fellow and Director, Military Balance Project, INSS . . . . . . Introduction: Arie Egoai, i-HLS Editor-in-Chief

Operation Unified Protector: Targeting Densely Populated Areas in Libya

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By Christian de Cock INSS – Military and Strategic Affairs Program A War is a War is a War? Although at first sight many issues related to...

Should Israel expect a third Intifada?

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By Prof. Zaki Shalom INSS – Military and Strategic Affairs Program   לעברית לחץ כאן Recent violent events in Judea and Samaria, raised in Israel serious concerns of...

The Strategic Uses of Ambiguity in Cyberspace

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By Martin C. Libicki INSS – Cyber Warfare Program לעברית לחץ כאן Strategic ambiguity has an honored place in the mores of statecraft. The studied unwillingness of...

Where is the Maneuver?

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By Gal Perel INSS – Military and Strategic Affairs Program לעברית לחץ כאן The IDF's combat doctrine involves the delivery of powerful blows with accurate fire from the...

Unraveling the Stuxnet Effect of Much Persistence and Little Change in...

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By Myriam Dunn Cavelty INSS – Military and Strategic Affairs Program  לעברית - לחץ כאן The purpose of this article is giving a balanced picture of the...

Basic Concepts in Cyber Warfare

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by Lior Tabansky INSS – Cyber Warfare Program Introduction Developments in computers have made possible far reaching changes in all areas of life, and the rapid...

Obligations of International Humanitarian Law

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By Knut Doermann INSS – Military and Strategic Affairs Program It is an understatement to say that armed conflicts fought in densely populated areas can and...

Cyber Warfare and Deterrence: Trends and Challenges in Research

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By Amir Lupovici INSS – Cyber Warfare Program To read this article in Hebrew . In recent years a growing number of researchers have expanded the discussion of deterrence...

Multi-Layered Defense and Initiated Attack in Defending the Homeland

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By Uzi Eilam INSS – Military and Strategic Affairs Program The end of the twentieth century witnessed a dramatic transformation of the battlefield, and classical warfare between...

Iran: Maritime Measures below the Threshold of War

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By Yoel Guzansky INSS – Military and Strategic Affairs Program   The option of operating in the naval theater allows improved deterrence and attack capability vis-a-vis Iran...

Applied Strategy: The Challenges of Applying Force in a Changing Middle...

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By Ron Tira INSS – Military and Strategic Affairs Program Israel’s strategic environment of mid 2012 differs significantly from that of a few years ago. In...

Dilemmas of Warfare in Densely Populated Civilian Areas

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By Brig. Gen. (ret.) Moshe (“Chico”) Tamir INSS - Military and Strategic Affairs Program This essay attempts to present operational perspectives on conducting warfare in densely...

“MADE IN CHINA” CYBER

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To read this article in Hebrew . . By Dr. Gabi Siboni and Y. R. Introduction Over the past several years China has been developing operational capabilities in the...

IRAN ON THE CYBER OFFENSIVE

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by Dana Schwarz INSS – Cyber Warfare Program   Iran has put a great deal of effort into constructing a domestic and external cyber strategy. Domestically, the...

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