JINSAJewish Institute for National Security Affairs
JINSAJournal of International Security Affairs
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CAIRO -- 4 May 2018: Defense Minister General Sedki Sobhy met Thursday with a delegation from the Jewish Institute for National Security of America (JINSA) to discuss joint cooperation, peace and stability in the Middle East and the war against terrorism.
Nalapat, Vice-Chair of the Manipal Advanced Research Group and UNESCO Peace Chair as well as Professor of Geopolitics at Manipal University in India's Karnataka State in his article titled " Defeating Terrorism - Why the Tamil Tigers Lost Eelam...And How Sri Lanka Won the War" published in JINSA (Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs) in March 2011.
"Turkey now represents a major element in the global panorama of radical Islam," declared the Standard's Stephen Schwartz, while Daniel Pipes, the controversial director of the Likudist Middle East Forum (MEF), echoed JINSA's call for ousting Ankara from NATO and urged Washington to provide direct support for Turkey's opposition parties in an article published by the National Review Online.
The author of the article reflects the weakness of this attempt by noting that, "the retired officers, who visit Israel on JINSA tours with their wives, are taken on informative trips."
A Zionist organization, the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA), is lobbying the administration of US President Barack Obama to reverse its support of Zelaya's return on the grounds that Zelaya is too close to Venezuela, which is too close to Iran, which is too close, allegedly, to developing nuclear capabilities with which to challenge an already nuclear Israel.
(109) Deputy Assistant Defense Secretary James MacDougall, quoted by The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs, JINSA Online, January 12, 2005, http://www.jinsa.org.
One should have no difficulty agreeing with the authors that such organizations as the Zionist Organization of America (ZOA), the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP), Americans for a Safe Israel, the Israel Policy Forum (IPF), the American Jewish Committee, the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA), Hadassah, American Friends of Likud, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), and Christians United for Israel (CUFI) are core lobby organizations with a broad membership base.
These share company in 'the Lobby' with think tanks like JINSA (Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs) and MEF (Middle East Forum), and they, assisted by the AEI (American Enterprise Institute) and the PNAC (Project for a New American Century), help inform a number of journalists associated with conservative magazines and newspapers, for example, The New York Sun, The Wall Street Journal, The Weekly Standard and Commentary.
In July 2006, 5 non-metropolitan areas including Pohang, Gumi, Jinsa, Kunsan and Daebul have been pre-selected as industrial parks covering about 620 thousand pyeong.
The JINSA Press and Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Less known are other Jewish right-wing groups: the Jewish Institute for National Security (JINSA) and Toward Tradition.
Most of them moved on to the private sector to think tanks like the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) and the Center for Security Policy (CSP), or to hardcore neoconservative publications like National Review, The Weekly Standard and The National Interest.