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Washington, D.C. – The Jewish Institute for National Security of America (JINSA) announced today that Professor Geoffrey Corn has joined the organization to serve as a Distinguished Fellow of its Gemunder Center for Defense & Strategy. The Gemunder Center performs in-depth

Washington, D.C. – The Jewish Institute for National Security of America (JINSA) today announced that Lieutenant General Richard Natonski, USMC (ret.) has joined the organization to serve as a Distinguished Fellow of its Gemunder Center for Defense & Strategy. The

(Washington, DC) – The Jewish Institute for National Security of America (JINSA) is pleased to announce that Josh London has joined the organization as its Director of Government Affairs. “We’re very pleased Josh has joined JINSA. He’s very knowledgeable about

WASHINGTON, D.C. – JINSA announced today that Brigadier General Ram Yavne of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) has joined JINSA’s Gemunder Center for Defense and Strategy as the inaugural Visiting IDF Military Fellow. General Yavne has served in the IDF

Gen Charles Wald, USAF (ret.), former Deputy Commander of United States European Command (EUCOM) and Chair of the JINSA-commissioned Gaza Conflict Task Force issued the following statement about the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) report released on June 22, 2015:

(Washington DC) – JINSA announced today that Professor Geoffrey Corn, USA (ret.) will join the Gemunder Center for Defense and Strategy as a Senior Advisor. Professor Corn was formerly the Army’s senior law of war expert in the Office of

(Washington, D.C.) – A task force of former senior U.S. military leaders has released a report finding, “[f]uture, and perhaps even ongoing, conflicts will match the U.S. military against adversaries employing Hamas’s unlawful tactics that increase civilian casualties so as

JINSA announced today that IDF Major General Yaacov Amidror (ret.), a former national security advisor to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, will become its first Distinguished Fellow. “We are honored to have Maj. Gen. Amidror as our first Distinguished Fellow. He

New Members Join JINSA Board of Advisors

JINSA is proud to announce that General James T. Conway, USMC (ret.), Admiral Mark Fitzgerald, USN (ret.), Vice Admiral John M. Bird, USN (ret.), Vice Admiral David Pekoske, USCG (ret.), Lieutenant General Michael C. Gould, USAF (ret.), Lieutenant General Mark

(WASHINGTON, DC – September 3, 2014) — JINSA is proud to announce the addition of Israel’s former National Security Advisor Major General Yaacov Amidror (ret.) as a Senior Advisor to the Gemunder Center for Defense and Strategy. At his new

(WASHINGTON, DC) – We are pleased to announce that the Gemunder Center for Defense and Strategy will add five prominent new Senior Advisors to play a critical role in its mission to formulate and advocate policy on vital national security

We are deeply saddened by the passing of Ariel (Arik) Sharon at the age of 85, the pro-American former Israeli prime minister, a larger-than-life figure who as a soldier, politician and statesman was daring, dogged and indefatigable in battle and

Washington, DC — On June 10, 2013, JINSA will host an introductory panel discussion for its new Iran Task Force at the National Press Club from 2 PM – 3:30 PM. The panel will feature: Ambassador Dennis Ross Iran Task

The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) is proud to announce that longtime Officer David Justman has been named as JINSA’s new President. A resident of Los Angeles, California, Mr. Justman has a history of service to the organization,

Washington — Amid a time of rising U.S. strategic challenges from Iran’s advancing nuclear program, a drastically changing Middle East, declining U.S. defense budget, and questions about the U.S. role in the world, the Washington, D.C.-based Jewish Institute for National

WASHINGTON, DC (April 9, 2012) — The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) recently concluded its second tour of Israel by a select group of U.S. Hispanic private and public professionals.

Lt. Gen. David P. Fridovich, USA (ret.) has joined the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs as Director for Defense & Strategies.* A Green Beret, General Fridovich retired at the end of 2011 as Deputy Commander of the United States

As the U.S. contemplates the most significant reductions to the defense budget in the post-World War II era, JINSA asked a cross section of its military advisors to analyze the proposed cuts and comment on their specifics. “It would be

WASHINGTON, Feb. 9, 2012 — As the U.S. and its allies confront the Iranian nuclear threat and other critical national security challenges such as proliferation, cyber security, and asymmetric terror, the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) is pleased

Wed Jan 11, 2012 5:52pm EST The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) welcomed three senior retired military officers and three law enforcement executives to its Board of Advisors. “In keeping with JINSA’s core mission to educate on national

(Washington, D.C.) – 8/22/2011 – The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) today called upon the White House to communicate its expectation that Egypt’s ruling Supreme Military Council will act to secure the Sinai border with Israel and act

July 29, 2011

JINSA Commends Greece for Halting Anti-Israel Flotilla July 5, 2011

White House Middle East Priorities out of Sync with Regional Realities, Wide Gap between Obama and Israel on Security Issues May 19, 2011 06:08 PM EDT

WASHINGTON – On Monday, the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) sent a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton protesting the decision to send Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf abroad to discuss Muslim life in America and religious tolerance

(Washington, D.C.) – The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) applauds the decision by the Supreme Court to uphold the law that prohibits Americans from providing “material support” to groups designated by the State Department as “foreign terrorist organizations.”

WASHINGTON–The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) declined to meet with a delegation from Turkey’s ruling party, the AKP, this week. JINSA views the AKP invitation as an attempt by the Government of Turkey to avoid dealing with the

WASHINGTON–In the spring 2010 issue of the Journal of International Security Affairs, released this week, Congressman (and Senate candidate) Mark Kirk, chair of the Iran Working Group in the House of Representatives, asks: “Is [President Obama] afraid that public discussions

WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs today called into question the Obama Administration’s approach to the Middle East. Executive Director Tom Neumann said, “We had hoped this administration would be tough on dangerous proliferators and terror sponsors like

WASHINGTON–The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs today condemned the “harsh and condescending” tone used by senior Obama Administration officials to castigate the Israeli government, in complete contravention of accepted behavior between long-standing democratic allies.

WASHINGTON–The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs today strongly questioned the appointment of John Limbert to be Deputy Assistant Secretary Of State for Iran. In a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, JINSA executive director Tom Neumann wrote:

WASHINGTON — The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs today urged the State Department to support democracy in Honduras by not designating former Honduran President Manuel Zelaya’s removal from office a military coup, noting that such a step would deprive

WASHINGTON — By nominating one of the world’s most notorious terrorists, Ahmad Vahidi, to be Iran’s defense minister, the Iranian government once again served notice to the world that it is not interested in reforming its reputation as the world’s

WASHINGTON–Michael Oren, author of “The U.S.-Israel Partnership: Forks in the Road”, an article that appeared in the Fall 2008 issue of the Journal of International Security Affairs (published by the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs, or JINSA), is reportedly

WASHINGTON–The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) today called on the Obama Administration to strengthen the critically important U.S.-India relationship, citing the strategic importance in countering the nuclear threat from Iran. “The United States could not have a more

WASHINGTON – Ensuring the economic viability of the American defense industry should be a priority for the Obama Administration, the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs said today. In response to the President’s speech to Congress last week, JINSA Executive

WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama has demonstrated courage, wisdom and moral leadership in his decision not to participate in the upcoming United Nations “World Conference Against Racism,” declared the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA). The conference, to be

Dear Prime Minister Erdogan: We write to express our profound concern over the current wave of anti-Semitic manifestations in Turkey.

Washington, DC – The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs today accused Iran of facilitating Hamas rocket attacks on Israel. “The role of Iran in the training and buildup of the Hamas arsenal has been regrettably overlooked by the world’s

(Washington, D.C.) – Tom Neumann, Executive Director of the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA), today sent a letter to Malcolm Hoenlein, Executive Vice Chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, strongly opposing the decision

WASHINGTON – (Sept. 16, 2008) The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) today called upon Congress to restore the necessary funding for missile defense sites in Poland and the Czech Republic, noting that U.S. support is critical to defending