Shlomo Brom


Senior Research Fellow, head of the Program on Israeli-Palestinian Relations at the Institute for National Security Studies, Israel


Russia and the Israel-Iran Сonflict
As long as Iran intervened in Syria only as part of its support for the regime Israel followed it closely but did not intervene. Once Syria’s stabilization started Iran wished to rip benefits from its

Shlomo Brom
Why Expanding Israeli Sovereignty in the West Bank Would Be a Disaster
The unilateral Israeli annexation of parts of the West Bank will clash with the consensus of the international community on the two states solution, and will lead to collective voting against it in

Shlomo Brom
Israel-Palestine, Quo Vadis?
The United States was the dominant external actor in the Israeli-political process while the regional actors were less significant and reluctant. Recent developments indicate a change of role for