In his first article as a JINSA Fellow, David P. Goldman contends that President Morsi's behavior after the September 11 attack on the American embassy in Cairo raises questions about Egypt's governability.
JINSA Fellow Evelyn Gordon on why Israel's limited capabilities and the need to avoid starting a war will necessitate a smaller-scale operation than the U.S. blueprint of multiple airstrikes over many days.
JINSA Visiting Fellow Evelyn Gordon on how future land-for-peace deals could be jeopardized by Egypt's threats to alter or abrogate its treaty with Israel. It looks increasingly likely that what made the Egyptian peace succeed was not any intrinsic merit in the land-for-peace paradigm, but merely the remarkable longevity in office of one man, former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
JINSA Visiting Fellow Evelyn Gordon on the Mideast powder keg caused by the combination of Egypt's revolution and a troubling change in Western attitudes toward the Israeli-Arab peace process. This combination has the potential to lead Egypt into a war with Israel.
JINSA Visiting Fellow Evelyn Gordon on the military opportunities Israel has wasted in recent years and how costly those missed opportunities could become. If non military options fail in Iran, it is vital that Israel does not waste another opportunity.
JINSA Visiting Fellow Evelyn Gordon explains why none of the arguments raised by opponents of an Israeli strike on Iran are likely to dissuade Israel’s government if it becomes convinced that other efforts to stop Iran’s nuclear program have failed.
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