The IDF will only be able to buy a limited quantity of anti-missile systems, unless it opts to devote its entire budget to the purchase of defensive missiles.
U.S. security officials look at national security as a whole and do not shrink from challenging the military, while Israeli defense ministers represent the IDF.
'You have to understand that the progressive forces in the Arab world, those that support having a visible relationship with Israel, cannot reach out to it until the Palestinian problem is resolved,' said one Jordanian official.
Prime Minister Netanyahu should stop fear-mongering and offer a new vision for dealing with a nuclear Iran.
In spite of its statutory role, the Knesset Committee has no bearing on foreign affairs and defense policies and isn’t involved in important decisions.
Strategic benefits that Israel would reap from the signing of a peace agreement with the Palestinians far outweigh the security rationale for continued Israeli control of Jordan Valley.
The two countries had planned to create a joint airport. Instead, Israel could be creating serious safety problems.
The operational capabilities of Israel's missile systems have not been proven and relying on them in a war would be a grave error.
In the West, the Israeli prime minister is seen as a troublemaker, trying to sabotage the best opportunity for U.S.-Iran rapprochement since the 1979 revolution.
It’s not possible to adhere to the nuclear ambiguity policy forever. It’s probably only a matter of time before the U.S. will also insist that Israel changes its policy.