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Shimon Arad is a retired Colonel of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF). His writings focus on regional security matters.

ARTICLES BY: Shimon Arad


September 6, 2020 3:56 am
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Why F-35s Should Not Be Released to the UAE and Saudi Arabia

Following the recent announcement of the agreement to normalize relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), a significant hurdle in the path of the...

June 18, 2018 7:34 am
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Trump Wants to Sell Deadly Weapons to the Middle East; What Does This Mean for Israel?

The divergence between the Trump administration’s desire to increase arms sales to the Middle East and the capacity limits of Arab clients for what the...

February 5, 2018 4:09 pm
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How Israeli and American National Security Interests Converge

The chapter in the new US National Security Strategy (NSS) document on the Middle East is short, but powerful. It marks a significant departure from...

Features

Why the UAE Wants Israeli Help to Secure Its Food Supplies

JNS.org - Food security is emerging as a key area in which the United Arab Emirates is eager for Israeli...

Young Global Jewry at Forefront of Fight Against COVID-19

Masa Israel Journey, a leader in immersive international experiences in Israel founded by the Jewish Agency and government of Israel,...

Checking in on COVID-19 and Jewish Seniors

JNS.org - As America’s battle with the novel coronavirus has raged on, America’s Jewish community has suffered its share of...

World

New Clashes in Nagorno-Karabakh After Washington Talks

New clashes broke out between Azerbaijan and ethnic Armenian forces over Nagorno-Karabakh a day after talks in Washington to try to end the deadliest fighting in the enclave in more...

Israel

Israeli Foreign Minister Says Anti-Hezbollah Efforts ‘Bearing Fruit&#...

Israel's foreign minister, Gabi Ashkenazi, hailed on Friday the growing number of countries that have blacklisted Hezbollah as a terrorist...

Middle East

Iran Says US-Brokered Sudan-Israel Deal Secured by ‘Ransom’

Iran's foreign ministry on Saturday described a US-brokered Sudan-Israel deal to normalize ties as "phony" and accused Khartoum of paying a ransom in return for Washington removing it from a...

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