Prof. Gerald M. Steinberg

Prof. Gerald M. Steinberg

Prof. Gerald Steinberg is a professor of political studies and director of the Program on Conflict Management and Negotiation, both at Bar-Ilan University, and a former senior research associate at the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies.

Guide for the Diplomatically Perplexed: Trump 1.0

| January 24, 2017

The “art of the deal” does not translate directly from the world of business to the world of diplomacy. Diplomatic deal-making requires mastery of four basic elements: integration of diplomacy with the credible threat of force; the rewarding of friends and the punishing of enemies (rather than the opposite); a diplomatic focus on interests rather than emotions; and a refusal to condescend to the citizens who will be affected.

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Defeating Arafat’’s War: The IDF’’s Success Against Asymmetric Warfare

| March 22, 2005

A recent assessment of the IDF’s response to the Palestinian terror campaign was mixed at best, but this assessment was not backed up by a presentation of the evidence. A closer look shows that the IDF and security forces did extremely well in fighting what is known as Arafat’s War.

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Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Developments in the Middle East: 1998-99

| September 1, 2000

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Dual Use Aspects of Commercial High-Resolution Imaging Satellites

| February 1, 1998

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Israeli Responses to the Threat of Chemical Warfare

| December 1, 1993

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Middle East Arms Control and Disarmament

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