One Year into the War in Ukraine: Israel’s Preparedness for the Changing Aerial Threat

One year has passed since Russia invaded Ukraine, launching a war of inter-state violence that pits two relatively technologically advanced countries against one another. Therefore, some view it as an example of “the future battlefield,” particularly given the extensive use

US Marines’ Foray with Iron Dome Highlights Criticality of Integration Between US, Israeli Tech

The Marine Corps has long been America’s premier expeditionary force-in-readiness, capable of rapidly responding with the necessary tools to crises around the world. In future conflicts, its ability to fulfill this role will be more challenging as peer, near-peer and

For nearly a year and a half, beginning in mid-2021, U.S. and European officials repeatedly warned that time was running out to revive the nuclear deal with Iran. Yet, they never walked away from negotiations. Western policy on Iran has

A welcome Senate visit to Saudi Arabia

Nearly 10% of the Senate is visiting Saudi Arabia this week — including Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and the ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, James Risch. That’s big news given that none of their colleagues has stepped