Welcome to the ILYP Roundtable Series!
This month, we'll discuss the role of Russia in the Middle East. From dealing arms to Assad and intervening in the Syrian Civil War to Putin's precarious relationship with the Ayatollah's in Tehran as well as Netanyahu— what are Russia's intentions? Come find out from expert on the subject, Dr. Dmitry (Dima) Adamsky!
החודש, נדון בתפקיד של רוסיה במזרח התיכון. ממכירת נשק לאסד והתערבות במלחמת האזרחים הסורית, ועד למערכות היחסים המסוכנות של פוטין עם האייתולות בטהראן ונתניהו - מהן כוונותיה של רוסיה? בואו ושמעו ממומחה לנושא, ד"ר דימיטרי (דימה) אדמסקי!
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Guest Speaker Bio:
Dr. Dmitry (Dima) Adamsky is Associate Professor at the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy at the IDC Herzliya, and is a Head of the BA Honors Track in Strategy and Decision Making. Prior to joining the school in 2010, he has been a pre-and post-doctoral fellow at Harvard University, a visiting fellow at the Institute of War and Peace Studies, Columbia University and at the Norwegian Institute for Defense Studies. His research interests include international security, strategic studies, cultural approach to IR, modern military thought, nuclear strategy, American, Russian and Israeli national security policy. He has published on these topics in Foreign Affairs, Journal of Strategic Studies, Intelligence and National Security, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, Journal of Cold War History, Defense and Security Studies and has contributed chapters to edited volumes and encyclopedias on modern military and international history. His books Operation Kavkaz (Hebrew) and The Culture of Military Innovation (English/Hebrew) earned the annual (2006 and 2012) prizes for the best academic works on Israeli security. In addition to his academic career, in his positions in the Israeli Ministry of Defense and the IDF, Dr. Adamsky has carried out intelligence analysis and strategic policy planning. In the latter capacity, he served as assistant secretary of the committee charged with formulating Israel's national security concept.