Hezbollah’s Evolving Combat Tactics

Hezbollah’s combat methods have developed over time. Initially, the attacks involved sniper fire, artillery and mortar shell fire, anti-tank guided missiles (ATGM) and rockets. After approximately three weeks, Hezbollah introduced

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Timeline: Iran’s Foreign Plots and Assassinations

Iran has assassinated its enemies across four continents — in Asia, Europe, North America and South America — over the four decades since the 1979 revolution. As of 2023, the Islamic

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Strategika: Iranian Proxies

Issue No. 90 of Strategika features three essays stressing that the United States should retaliate more aggressively against Iranian proxy militia groups across the Middle East. In the background essay, Edward Luttwak

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Iran Fires Ballistic Missile From A Shipping Container At Sea

Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has fired two ballistic missiles from launchers disguised as standard shipping containers that were hosted aboard one of its sea base-like vessels. This particular combination, which

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Houthi Anti-ship Ballistic Missiles  

By: Yair Ramati and Yaakov Lappin. The Houthi movement in Yemen, known as Ansar Allah, exploits its strategic location to launch attacks on vessels in the Red Sea and the

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Comparing: IDF Gaza with US Mosul

In general the size of Gaza City and its environs matches well with Mosul. Each has around two million residents in a large urban area. The challenge for Israel and

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Offensive Cyber Operations As a Tool of War

Cyber-attacks in the Israel-Iran theater will intensify because they offer distinct benefits for both powers. For Israel, cyber weapons offer range and deniability. For Iran, cyber-effects weaken Israel from within

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HOW QUICKLY COULD IRAN MAKE NUCLEAR WEAPONS TODAY?

The long pole in the tent of building nuclear weapons is essentially complete. Iran can quickly make enough weapon-grade uranium for many nuclear weapons, something it could not do in

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YEMEN : Houthis Anti-Ship Missile Arsenal

Yemen’s Houthis are the first to use anti-ship ballistic missiles in anger and have a diverse array of anti-ship cruise missiles, too. Iranian-backed Houthi militants have become the first in the world

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AGSA arose in the aftermath of the 1991 Operation Desert Storm, recognizing the critical failure of Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB), from strategic to tactical levels,

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