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Rearming Israel Defense Procurement Through The 1990s

By Aharon Klieman, Reuven Pedatzur Copyright 1992
    257 Pages
    by Routledge

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    by Routledge

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    This study analyzes the key functions of arms planning and procurement in the ongoing Israeli defence effort. Part I addresses individual constraints placed on the shaping of arms control policy. Part II asks how Israel might best meet its arms needs over the next decade.

    The Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies (JCSS) -- Authors' Preface -- Objective Constraints -- Global Rearmament Patterns -- Israel's Defense Doctrine -- Defense Economics -- The Military Industrial Base -- Shaping Arms Policy -- New Weapons, Old Policies -- Defense Ministry Hegemony -- The Industries and Policymaking -- Arms Acquisition Strategies -- Going it Alone -- Made in the USA -- The Middle Ground -- Summary, Conclusions and Recommendations -- JCSS Publications -- The Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies Recent Publications in English


    Aharon Klieman is professor of international relations and senior researcher at the Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies, Tel Aviv University.