So the November 24 deadline for reaching a comprehensive agreement with Iran over its nuclear program - itself an extension of an earlier deadline - has come and gone with a whimper, and with another extension.
In Israel, the government publicly urged Palestinian leaders to break ties with the terrorist group Hamas, one day after a deadly synagogue attack in Jerusalem. Fresno's Police Chief Jerry Dyer wasn't far away from the violence.
In May, JINSA took a group of twelve recently retired generals and admirals to Israel through its Generals and Admirals (G&A) Program to participate in discussions with senior Israeli security, military, intelligence, and political leaders. The visit is an annual component of JINSA’s G&A Program, which was established in 1981 to educate retired U.S. general officers on the importance of a robust U.S.-Israel security partnership to America’s national security.
n a must-read report from the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) task force on Iran, co-chaired by former ambassador Eric Edelman and former Obama adviser Dennis Ross, the authors warn about entering into one of the suggested arrangements leaked from the Iran P5+1 talks.
11/06/2014 - 6:26pm
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