Institute for National Security Studies

Founding Year: 2006

Staff: 89

Budget:

Amos Yadlin (Director)

The Institute for National Security Studies “is an independent Israeli research institute and think tank affiliated with Tel Aviv University”. It deals with “areas of national security matters such as military and strategic affairs, terrorism and low-intensity conflict, military balance in the Middle East, and cyber warfare” and engages in innovative, high-quality research that shapes public discourse of issues on Israel’s national security agenda. Provides policy analysis to decision-makers, public leaders, and the strategic community, both in Israel and abroad.

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Institute for National Security Studies contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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