Volume 4, Issue 4

Strategy as a Learning Process: Israel and the United States Against Islamic Terrorism

Kobi Michael Ph. D
Ariel University
The Institute for National Security Studies (INSS)

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About The Author

Dr. Michael has previously served as Deputy Director General at the Ministry of Strategic Affairs and senior advisor at the Israeli National Security Council and 23 years as a senior officer in the IDF Intelligence. He concentrates on civil-military relations, strategy, security studies and conflict resolution, mainly with regard to peacekeeping operations and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and has written and edited twelve books and monographs, published more than 50 articles and book chapters about these topics. His recent book (co-edited with David Kellen and Eyal Ben-Ari) The Transformation of the World of War and Peace Support Operations was published by PSI in March 2009. Dr Michael is currently a senior lecturer in Middle Eastern and Political Science Studies at Ariel University, and a senior research fellow at INSS.

To Cite This Article

Michael, Kobi, “Strategy as a Learning Process: Israel and the United States Against Islamic Terrorism,” Infinity Journal, Volume 4, Issue 4, summer 2015, pages 19-26.