A study by a team of researchers at the Jaffee Centre for Strategic Studies at Tel Aviv University. It assesses the strategic ramifications for Israel of military, political, economic and social aspects of the Gulf War, and concludes with a set of policy recommendations for Israel.

chapter 1|37 pages

The Gulf War — Main Political and Military Developments

ByShlomo Gazit

part I|98 pages

Global and Inter-Arab Implications

chapter 2|26 pages

Gulf Crisis and New World Order: The Perils of Linkage

ByAharon Klieman

chapter 3|23 pages

The Gulf Crisis and US-Israel Relations

ByDore Gold

chapter 4|11 pages

The Prospects of American Pressure on Israel

ByAbraham Ben-Zvi

chapter 5|18 pages

Implications of the Gulf Crisis on Soviet Middle East Policy

ByGalia Golan

chapter 6|18 pages

The Arab World and the Gulf Crisis

ByEphraim Kam

part II|79 pages

Military Lessons

chapter 7|3 pages

The Iraqi Threat to Israel Following the Gulf War

ByZeev Eytan

chapter 8|22 pages

The Gulf War: Tentative Military Lessons for Israel

ByAriel Levite

chapter 9|14 pages

Technology in War — Preliminary Lessons from the Gulf War

ByZeev Bonen

chapter 10|25 pages

Israeli Deterrence and the Gulf War

ByShai Feldman

section III|74 pages

Arab-Israel Peace Process

chapter 12|30 pages

Implications of the War for the Arab-Israel Peace Process

ByJoseph Alpher

chapter 13|23 pages

The Outlook for Substantive Syrian-Israeli Negotiations

ByAryeh Shalev

chapter 14|19 pages

Arms Control in the Middle East After the Gulf War

ByShai Feldman

part IV|101 pages

The Israeli Domestic Scene

chapter 15|28 pages

Security and Political Attitudes: The Gulf War

ByAsher Arian

chapter 16|29 pages

The Israeli Home Front in the Gulf War

ByYehuda Ben Meir

chapter 17|26 pages

The Israeli Economy and the Gulf Crisis

ByYaacov Lifshitz

chapter 18|16 pages


ByAharon Yariv