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10 Reasons the War on Terror Must Continue
Saying that the War on Terror can end is naive and misguided. U.S.News. June 2014.
The U.S. must inject life into a moribund peace process
Instead of engaging in a 'blame game,' the U.S. and the two sides in the conflict should make every effort to reach the two-state outcome. By Daniel Kurtzer. June 2014
Ehud Barak, Meir Dagan, Michael Oren, Daniel Kurtzer, Zalman Shoval and Others
Join the Board of Directors of the Institute for Policy and Strategy (IPS) at IDC Herzliya
Forget "Mideast Peace"
We used to think solving Israel-Palestine would solve the region's problems. We're learning how wrong we were. Author: Mark Donig The National Interest. April 2014
Ariel Sharon, a Complicated Man
By Daniel Kurtzer. January 2014. Haaretz
The Twilight of Sykes-Picot
By Mark Donig, Research Fellow, IPS. January 2014. The National Interest
Middle East Frenemies
Author: Daniel Kurtzer December, 2013
Political Leadership and Decision Analysis
Authors: David Brulé, Alex Mintz, and Karl DeRouen Oxford Handbooks Online December 2013
2014 Herzliya Conference Agenda
2014 Herzliya Conference - ISRAEL AND THE FUTURE OF THE MIDDLE EAST. June 8-10, 2014
Nuclear Incoherence: Deterrence Theory and Non-Strategic Nuclear Weapons in Russia
Name of Author: Dima Adamsky Journal of Strategic Studies September 2013
2014 Herzliya Conference
Will be Held on June 8-11, 2014
IPS Correctly Predicted a Major Shift by the Iranian Leadership and the Timing of this Shift
In an opening address delivered at the Herzliya Conference in March 2013, professor Alex Mintz, head of the IPS, correctly predicted, based on decision theoretic analysis, a major shift in the Iranian leadership's policy on its nuclear program and the timing of this shift
Prof. Alex Mintz is the New Head of IPS
Prof. Alex Mintz is the new Head of the Institute for Policy and Strategy (IPS); Chair of the Annual Herzliya Conference Series; Dean of the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy at IDC Herzliya.

Keynote Speakers

Keynote Speakers from Past Herzliya Conferences

 El Hassan bin Talal

 Jimmy Carter

 Salam Fayyad

 James L. Jones

 Ban Ki-moon

 John McCain

 Benjamin Netanyahu

 Ehud Olmert

 Shimon Peres

 Anders Fogh Rasmussen

 Condoleezza Rice

 Nicolas Sarkozy

 Ariel Sharon

Dominique Strauss-Kahn

 Lawrence Summers

 Robert B. Zoellick

Herzliya Conference

The Herzliya Conference is Israel's foremost global policy annual gathering, drawing together the most senior Israeli and international participants from government, business and academia to address pressing national, regional and global issues. The center stage for Middle East risk assessment and policy analysis, the Conference agenda covers a broad span of issues, ranging from nuclear proliferation and the Middle East peace process to world finance and energy security.(More…)

Previous Conferences



Previous Conferences

The 13th Conference 2013

The 12th Conference 2012

The 11th Conference 2011

The 10th Conference 2010

The 9th Conference   2009

The 8th Conference   2008

The 7th Conference  2007

The 6th Conference   2006

The 5th Conference   2004

The 4th Conference   2003

The 3rd Conference   2002

The 2nd Conference  2001

The 1st Conference   2000

 

 

  


 

2014 Herzliya Conference      June 8-11, 2014 

       

IPS

Updating Israel's National Security Doctrine

The Institute for Policy and Strategy (IPS) has established “The Herzliya Forum for Redrafting Israel's National Security Doctrine”, headed by Professor Alex Mintz. The program has organized a series of symposia on various aspects of the national security doctrine, featuring leading practitioners and experts. read more 

 

Discussion paper series:

The Need to Reformulate Israel’s National Security Doctrine – Alex Mintz & Shaul Shay

(In Hebrew)

 

Adaptation as a Component of Israel’s National Security Doctrine – Alex Mintz & Shaul Shay

(In Hebrew)

 

The Security Doctrine and the Place of the Army In Israeli Society – Yoav Gelber

(In Hebrew)

 

Israel’s Security Challenges In Dealing With Terror In The Present and Future – Boaz Ganor

(In Hebrew)

 

USA-Israel Relations – A Quick Glance – Zalman Shoval

(In Hebrew)

 

Protecting Israel’s Territorial Water – Shaul Shay

(In Hebrew)

 

Israel’s National Security Doctrine – Definitions and Characteristics – Dov Tamari

(In Hebrew)

 

The Arab Spring and Israel’s National Security Doctrine – Shaul Mishal

(In Hebrew)

 

The Help of Effective Foreign Policy in Israel’s National Security Formation – Ronen Hoffman

(In Hebrew)

 

Reformulating Israel’s National Security Doctrine – Alex Mintz & Shaul Shay

(In Hebrew)

 

Syria and the sub terrain warfare – the Hamas connection – Shaul Shay 


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Plug-In Middle East is a subscription-based monthly report that identifies and assesses Middle East regional, sub-regional and state level risks and their broader implications for business, financial asset management, and national and international security. Published by IPS since 2010, the report also evaluates short-term and long-term regional and sub-regional trends and examines potential scenarios. read more

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IPS correctly predicted a major shift by the Iranian Leadership and the timing of this shift

In an opening address delivered at the Herzliya Conference in March 2013, professor Alex Mintz, head of the IPS, correctly predicted, based on decision theoretic analysis, a major shift in the Iranian leadership's policy on its nuclear program and the timing of this shift. Mintz presented a sophisticated Decision Support System for predicting the Iranian leadership decisions. He predicted that the election of a new President in Iran will enable the supreme leader of Iran to make a shift in policy to ease the economic sanctions, prevent or delay an Israeli attack and a potential confrontation with the US over Iran's nuclear program. Mintz claimed, based on his Applied Decision Analysis (ADA) procedure and methodology, that understanding the "cognitive algebra" of leaders of rival states and terrorist groups, is key to understanding and predicting their decisions.

 

IPS Acivities & Events

The 14th Annual Herzliya Conference

June 8-11, 2014

 


Simulation on IRAN: The Day After

June, 2014

 


Program for Diplomats Serving in Israel

Understanding Israel: Politics, Society, Economy, and Security
January 17, 2014

 


The First International Conference in Israel on Energy, Defenses & Security

December 5, 2013 

 


Opening of the Executive Program for Vietnam Government Officials

November 17, 2013

 


A Lecture by The Honorable Senator George J. Mitchell

Sunday, October 20, 2013 at 12:30PM

 


The 40th Anniversary of the Yom Kippur War: Israel's National Security – Then and Today

October 5, 2013

 


Simulation on:
An Israeli-Palestinian Agreement: The Day Before

August 28, 2013
IDC Herzliya Campus

 


Media in Conflicts Seminar (MICS)

August 25-29, 2013

 


Forty Years to the 1973 Yom Kippur War: Psychological Effects

July 10 2013.
Keynote: Prof. Yuval Neria, Director of the  New York State Psychiatric Institute (NYSPI)

 


A Lecture by Michael B. Oren, The Israeli Ambassador to the US

June 17, 2013

 


A Lecture by H.E. Mr. Linas Linkevičius

Lithuania’s Minister of Foreign Affairs
May 20, 2013

 


The 13th Annual Herzliya Conference

March 11-14, 2013
Dan Accadia Hotel in Herzliya, Israel

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