By Efraim Inbar
This quantity provides a complete research of Israel's safety demanding situations because the 1973 October struggle. Efraim Inbar takes the reader on a historic trip via Israel's kinfolk within the heart East that starts with an research of Israel's strategic considering after 1973 and ends with a massive examine the hot moment Lebanese conflict and the Iranian nuclear problem. Israel's nationwide Security delves not just into Israel's responses, but additionally its relationships within the foreign group, supplying a whole photograph of the way Israel's strategic atmosphere has advanced over the years.
Relevant to brand new present political surroundings, the amount dissects the affects of the starting to be charm of Islamic extremism at the peace strategy, Israel strategic partnerships with India and Turkey, and Israel's family members with the Palestinians.
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Shimon Peres, Minister of Defence in the Rabin government (1974–77) had already made this crystal clear in 1974. 3 The famous Memorandum of Understanding between the US and Israel, which was attached to the 1975 Sinai 2 agreement, included important pledges as to the magnitude of the American military supplies and their quality. Yet, the linkage between American aid and standing political issues was problematic for Israel, because it was a double-edged sword. Israel has always argued that aid should only be considered according to its needs.
Indeed, Israel and the Arab world viewed The American arms transfer to Israel 25 American weapons as a symbol of American support for Israel. This symbolic value was of particular importance for Israel after 1973, when its political isolation became evident. After 1973, Israel was more than ever before willing to make territorial sacrifices in order to secure American understanding of its needs. When Israel went along with the American desires in the Middle East, one of its objectives was access to American weaponry.
Following the 1973 War, the dream of weapon self-sufficiency faded away, together with the aspiration for economic independence. The magnitude of the Israeli dependence upon the US was too overwhelming to entertain any such notions. 44 This approach gained further strength when Rabin became Prime Minister. Rabin approached the subject in a strictly economic sense. He approved of producing items only if their price and quality were competitive with alternative products. He and circles in the IDF feared that they might find themselves in the situation where the IDF would be forced to order the Israeli product in order to justify its production in spite of its inferior quality.