Title

Israel's National Security Interests: A Compendium of Analysis

Date

5-30-2013 11:30 AM

Location

Werner University Center (WUC) Northwest Foyer

Department

Political Science

Session Chair

Mary Pettenger

Session Title

Political Science Research Papers

Faculty Sponsor(s)

Mary Pettenger

Presentation Type

Poster session

Abstract

Israel represents the nucleus of geopolitical interests in the Middle East region, for it is surrounded by many states composed of governments and nations that desire to eliminate it for various political, religious, and even ethnic reasons. Therefore, its national security is composed of myriad elements and interests directly related to military, border, maritime, and human security. This presentation will first provide an overview of Israel's "Grand Strategy" and subsequently discuss several of Israel's national security interests and threats. Lastly, a thorough analysis will be provided concerning the most significant national security threat to Israel: Iran creating a nuclear bomb.

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May 30th, 11:30 AM

Israel's National Security Interests: A Compendium of Analysis

Werner University Center (WUC) Northwest Foyer

Israel represents the nucleus of geopolitical interests in the Middle East region, for it is surrounded by many states composed of governments and nations that desire to eliminate it for various political, religious, and even ethnic reasons. Therefore, its national security is composed of myriad elements and interests directly related to military, border, maritime, and human security. This presentation will first provide an overview of Israel's "Grand Strategy" and subsequently discuss several of Israel's national security interests and threats. Lastly, a thorough analysis will be provided concerning the most significant national security threat to Israel: Iran creating a nuclear bomb.