Dr. Max Singer

Dr. Max Singer

Dr. Max Singer

(JD Harvard University) Co-founder of the Washington-based Hudson Institute. Expert on U.S. defense policy, U.S.-Israel relations, and long-term strategic planning.
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What Israel Can Do Now

| July 19, 2015

There are still actions Israel might take to protect itself from attack by Iranian nuclear weapons, including a limited Israeli strike on Iran.


A Middle Way for the Gaza Fight

| August 11, 2014

There is a middle way between more of the same and retaking Gaza. The proposed middle way would be an IDF attack with limited, achievable military objectives.


What Does “Getting the Bomb” Mean?

| October 14, 2013

The West is headed towards an agreement with Iran, who will not produce nuclear weapons but further enrich uranium and plutonium. However, it is possible that Iran will be able to produce several bombs, too quickly to be stopped.


Israeli Backers of the Two-State Solution Should Support the Levy Report

| April 28, 2013

Israeli advocates of the two-state solution should support the findings of the Levy Commission, which affirms Israel’s right to settle in the West Bank. Israel will thus be viewed as giving up its own territory in any future agreement.


What Would the US Do if Israel Defied It by Attacking the Iranian Nuclear Weapons Program?

| April 11, 2013

If Israel strikes Iranian nuclear weapons facilities, the US should signal to Iran that despite America’s strong objections, it would support Israel.


Operation Pillar of Defense: In Support of a Ground Offensive

and | November 19, 2012

A strong Israeli response to Hamas rocket attacks is necessary to ensure Israel's ability to stand against the rising tide of Islamist militancy.


A Strategy for Peace with the Palestinians

| November 1, 2012

The Palestinians refuse to accept Israel as a Jewish state and are reluctant to drop their armed and ideological opposition to Israel’s existence. The global community can oppose Palestinian denial of Israel’s connection to the land; support Israel’s legitimacy; resettle Palestinian refugees outside of Israel; modify aid programs to reduce Palestinian use of foreign money to support terror; and encourage free speech in Palestinian society.


A Strategy for Making Peace With the Palestinians

| September 4, 2012

The most important ways to work towards peace are: resettling the Palestinian refugees outside of Israel; speaking the truth to the Palestinians regarding the Jews' ancient roots in the land; reducing the ability of Palestinian leaders to personally benefit from the conflict; and encouraging free debate in Palestinian society.


The Opportunity in Gaza

and | March 15, 2012

Israel has to respond to the attacks from Gaza with a large-scale military operation. If no such action is taken, the attacks against Israel will surely increase.


Egypt’s Classic Strategic Triangle

| March 16, 2011

Three forces are competing for control of Egypt: the army, the Muslim Brotherhood, and various civilian opposition groups. The military and civilian opposition must understand that the Brotherhood is their common and most dangerous enemy.