JINSA

AcronymDefinition
JINSAJewish Institute for National Security Affairs
JINSAJournal of International Security Affairs
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And How Sri Lanka Won the War" published in JINSA (Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs) in March 2011.
Son los ideologos del JINSA los que se mostraron mas hostiles ante los acuerdos de Oslo y lanzaron la idea segun la cual Yasser Arafat propicia la violencia palestina para ayudar a su protector Saddan Hussein
For example Tom Neumann, the president of JINSA, promptly criticized Turkey after its vote against Israel at the UN.
White also was Lewis' classmate on a JINSA (Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs) trip to Israel.
In keeping with JINSA's core mission to educate on national security issues and to promote the strategic relationship between the United States and Israel, we are pleased to announce that these six supremely qualified individuals will lend their voices to JINSA," David Justman and David Steinmann, Co-Chairmen of the Board of Advisors, jointly declared.
As we explain in a new JINSA Gemunder Center report, there are six such principles that should guide the negotiations with Iran.
Quoted in "IDF Shake-Up over Hezbollah War," JINSA Online, 23 March 2007, www.
JINSA opens the letter, 'While we recognize, as Gen.
171) The signatories, many of whom had close ties to pro-Israel groups like JINSA or WINEP and whose ranks included Elliot Abrams, John Bolton, Douglas Feith, William Kristol, Bernard Lewis, Donald Rumsfeld, Richard Perle and Paul Wolfowitz, had little trouble convincing the Clinton administration to adopt the general goal of ousting Saddam.
Chalabi is the one that we know the best," says Shoshana Bryen, director of special projects for JINSA, where Chalabi has been a frequent guest at board meetings, symposia and other events since 1997.
JINSA is also cheering the US military on as it tries to secure basing rights in the strategic Red Sea country of Eritrea, happily failing to mention that the once-promising secular regime of President Isaiais Afewerki continues to slide into the kind of repressive authoritarianism practiced by the "axis of evil" and its adjuncts.
As quoted from the summary of a briefing at JINSA by then deputy Chief of Staff Gen.