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Articles By: Dr. Martin Sherman

 

Dr. Martin Sherman served for seven years in operational capacities in the Israeli Defense establishment. He was a ministerial adviser to Yitzhak Shamir's government and lectured for 20 years at Tel Aviv University in Political Science, International Relations and Strategic Studies.

He holds several university degrees: a Bsc (Physics an Geology), an MBA (Finance), and a PhD in political science and international relations. He was the first academic director of the internationally renowned Herzliya Conference and is the author of two books and numerous articles and policy papers on a wide range of political, diplomatic and security issues.

He was born in South Africa and has lived in Israel since 1971.

Dr. Sherman is currently involved in an endeavor to establish an independent policy center -- the Israel Institute of Strategic Studies (a US non profit 501c3 tax-exempt entity). Dr. Sherman's website is MartinSherman.net

 
Without Credible Military Threat, Sanctions Against Iran: Illogical, Ineffectual, Immoral

Without Credible Military Threat, Sanctions Against Iran: Illogical, Ineffectual, Immoral

Without a credible threat of military force, the policy of sanctions against Iran lacks wisdom, efficacy and morality. Lesley Stahl (on US sanctions against Iraq): We have heard that a half million children have died. I mean, that’s more children […]

Barack, Bibi and the Bomb

Barack, Bibi and the Bomb

Is a mushroom cloud over Tel Aviv the only evidence that the Obama-administration will accept as unequivocal proof of Iranian intentions?

The Rationale For Romney: A View From Israel

The Rationale For Romney: A View From Israel

Reinventing America or uninventing America: That is how the choice between Romney and Obama should be presented.

Barack Hussein Obama: A View From Israel

Barack Hussein Obama: A View From Israel

Three years after Obama’s ‘New Beginning’ speech in Cairo, prospects are bleaker for everyone – except the Muslim Brotherhood.