A summary of the center’s activities in 2016, including seven conferences, eight guest lectures, 60 new publications, and more. Prof. Efraim Karsh, the new director of the center, takes his piercing pen to the Oslo peace process – “one of the worst-ever calamities to have hit Israelis and Palestinians.”
The Bulletin updates our readership on the recent activities of the BESA Center.
Read in the January 2016 issue of the BESA Center News Bulletin about the expansion of the center’s expert faculty and its activities, including articles on: Securing Jerusalem. Middle East Chaos. Israel’s Natural Gas Reserves. Gaza Disengagement. US-Israel Relations in the Final Obama Stretch. Strategic Dialogues with Germany and Australia. New Associates: General Hacohen and Col. Lerman.
Israeli-Palestinian Diplomacy: Whereto? Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies research associates discuss Israel’s options after the failure of the Kerry process and subsequent hostilities. Inside: Mowing the Grass in Gaza Are IDF ground forces prepared for the conflict? Netanyahu and Gantz mark the Besa Center’s 20th Anniversary General Amidror joins the BESA Center Conflict over
Twentieth Anniversary Issue BESA Center associates discuss the “Arab Spring,” Islamic earthquakes, democracy, and security. Also inside: Stopping Iran’s Nuclear Drive Israeli-Palestinian Diplomacy: Whereto? American, European, Asian, Indian, and Turkish Security Challenges New Books and Policy Papers Benjamin Netanyahu at the BESA Center Pictorial Review of Twenty Years of Israel’s Security Leaders at the