March 7, 2006, 3:30 - 5 pm - Hudson Institute, Washington, D.C. Headquarters
Lt. Gen. Moshe Yaalon,
Former Chief of Staff of the Israeli Defense Forces
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As Iran comes closer to developing its nuclear capacity, a potential Israeli military strike against Iranian nuclear facilities has become a matter of great international speculation. It was, after all, the Israeli Air Force that eliminated Saddam Hussein’s Osirak reactor by a surprise attack in June 1981. What role might Israel’s military play in preventing Iran from developing weaponizable uranium? Might such an attack be coordinated with the US or with the EU-3? What are the implications for Israel’s security, and for democracy promotion efforts in the Middle East?
Former Chief of Staff of the Israeli Defense Forces Lt. Gen. (ret.) Moshe Yaalon will address these and other questions. Following his talk, Gen. Yaalon will take questions from the audience.
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