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by Anthony H. Cordesman

Download Arab-Israeli Military Forces in an Era of Asymmetric Wars (Praeger Security International) eBook
ISBN:
0275991865
Author:
Anthony H. Cordesman
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Humanities
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English
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Praeger; 1St Edition edition (September 30, 2006)
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432 pages
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The reality of the Arab-Israeli balance now consists of two subordinate balances: Israel versus Syria and Israel . Over de auteur (2006). Anthony H. Cordesman is Senior Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and a military analyst for ABC News.

The reality of the Arab-Israeli balance now consists of two subordinate balances: Israel versus Syria and Israel versus the Palestinians. The book analyzes these two balances in detail and their impact on defense planning in each country and on the overall strategic risk to the region as a whole. Bibliografische gegevens.

Anthony Cordesman here does what he does best. In his latest of a long series of books on the Middle East, he evaluates the military forces of Israel and its surrounding Arab neighbors with particular emphasis on unconventional warfare, or what is now called asymmetric warfare, meaning war where one side mingles with the civilian population causing moral confusion to the enemy. His book consists of an overview along with a segment for each of the countries involved.

We must be willing to let go of the life we have planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us. ― E. M. Forster. is the first to deal with the effects on the Arab-Israeli military balance of the strategic uncert. Developing Capacities for Teaching Responsible Science in the MENA Region: Refashioning Scientific. 98 MB·9,695 Downloads·New!

In his latest of a long series of books on the Middle East, Arab-Israel Military Forces in Asymmetric Warfare, he evaluates the military forces of Israel and its surrounding Arab neighbors with particular emphasis on unconventional warfare, or what is now called asymmetric warfare, meaning war where one side mingles with the civilian population causing moral confusion to the enemy.

The reality of the Arab-Israeli balance now consists of two subordinate balances: Israel versus Syria and Israel versus the Palestinians

The reality of the Arab-Israeli balance now consists of two subordinate balances: Israel versus Syria and Israel versus the Palestinians. It covers military developments in each of six states-Egypt, Israel, Jordan, The reality of the Arab-Israeli balance now consists of two subordinate balances: Israel versus Syria and Israel versus the Palestinians

The reality of the Arab-Israeli balance now consists of two subordinate . Cordesman holds the Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy at CSIS. This book analyzes these two balances in detail, as well as their impact on defense planning in each country and on the overall strategic risk to the region as a whole. Given the role of Syria in Palestinian-Israeli affairs, the book also explores the ways that internal instability in Lebanon could escalate into a regional conflict.

Cordesman, Anthony H. 2009. The 'Gaza Wa. A Strategic Analysis. Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy. By examining the way in which the IDF and the Israeli security doctrine were formed and developed over time, he explores the extent to which Israeli security assumptions, civil-military relations, the organizational culture, command and control structure, and conduct of the IDF have affected its adaptation to the contemporary Israeli-Palestinian low-intensity conflict.

Anthony H. Cordesman. Cordesman’s chapter on Israel is likely to be of special interest to readers of Jewish Book World

Anthony H. Anthony Cordesman is one of the foremost military analysts of the early 21st century: a retired . He has already dealt with the Middle East in detail in such works as The Military Balance in the Middle East (2004) and The Israeli-Palestinian War: Escalating to Nowhere(2005). Cordesman’s chapter on Israel is likely to be of special interest to readers of Jewish Book World. Cordesman argues that Israelis are making a major error in trying to copy (on a smaller scale) the current ethos of the US military.

The reality of the Arab-Israeli balance now consists of two subordinate balances: Israel versus Syria and Israel versus the Palestinians. The book analyzes these two balances in detail and their impact on defense planning in each country and on the overall strategic risk to the region as a whole. It covers military developments in each of six states-Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, and Palestine-and provides an analytical view with charts and tables of how the changing natures of the military and political threats faced by each is impacting its military force readiness and development. The book has the most comprehensive data on past, current, and future military force structure currently available, drawn from the widest range of sources.

Responding to the most recent of events in the region, this book is the first to deal with the effects on the Arab-Israeli military balance of the strategic uncertainty created by the Iraqi insurgency and the Iranian nuclear program. It also studies how the Gaza pullout, the Syrian withdrawal from Lebanon, the changing political landscape in Israel, and the threat of nuclear proliferation are having impacts on the Egyptian-Israeli and Jordanian-Israeli peace accords and the prospects for a settlement between the Palestinians and Israelis. The roles of Hezbollah, Hamas, and Palestinian Islamic Jihad are analyzed in light of the changing political landscape in both Israel and Palestine. Given the role of Syria in the Palestinian-Israeli affairs, the book also explores the ways that internal instability in Lebanon could escalate into a regional conflict.