Proliferation, Arms Control and Middle East Security

  1. ​​​Gerald M. Steinberg, “The Impact of The Nuclear Iran Agreement on Israeli Politics and Security -Tipping the Balance?” Payam Mohseni, editor. Harvard University, Belfer Center (December 2015)
  2. Gerald M. Steinberg,  “The Evolution of Israeli Military Strategy: Asymmetry, Vulnerability, Pre-emption and Deterrence”, in Israel Studies: An Anthology, Mitchell Bard, editor. (October 2011)
  3. ​​Gerald M. Steinberg,  “Israel at Sixty: Asymmetry, Vulnerability, and the Search for Security” – Jerusalem Viewpoints, JCPA, June 1 2008
  4. Gerald M. Steinberg,  ​“Examining Israel’s NPT Exceptionality: 1998-2005” – The Nonproliferation Review, 13:1, pp. 117-141, March 2006
  5. Gerald M. Steinberg.  ​​“Israel Hoping Attacks on Hezbollah Serve as Warning to Iran” – Interview with Prof. Gerald M. Steinberg, Council of Foreign Relations, New York, August 1 2006, (Bernard Gwertzman, Consulting Editor)
  6. Gerald M. Steinberg.  ​”Is a Sustainable Cease-Fire in Lebanon Realistic? If Not, What is the Alternative?” – Jerusalem Issue Brief, 6:5, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, 30 July 2006
  7. Gerald M. Steinberg.  ​”Realism, Politics and Culture in Middle East Arms Control Negotiations” International Negotiation 10 (2005)
  8. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Walking the Tightrope: Israeli Options in Response to Iranian Nuclear Developments” – in Judith S Yaphe and Charles D Lutes, Reassessing the Implications of a Nuclear-Armed Iran. McNair Paper, 69, Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University, October 2005
  9. Gerald M. Steinberg.  ​​”Deterrence Instability: Hizballah’s Fuse to Iran’s Bomb” – Jerusalem Viewpoints, No. 529, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, 21 Adar II 5765 – April 1 2005
  10. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Defeating Arafat’s War: The IDF’s Success Against Asymmetric Warfare” – BESA Perspectives, March 22 2005 (A Response to Prof. Stuart Cohen)
  11. Gerald M. Steinberg.  ​”Walking the Tightrope: Can a Nuclear Iran be Deterred?” – SITREP, published by the Royal Canadian Military Institute, March 15 2005
  12. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “NATO’S Role in Generating Cooperative Approaches to Regional Security in the Mediterranean-Middle East” – RUSI, London, November 29 2004
  13. Gerald M. Steinberg.  Europe’s Failed Middle East Policies – Security Dialogue, 35:3 September 2004
  14. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Canada and the Complexities of Middle East Peacekeeping” – Canadian Institute of International Affairs, July 2004
  15. Gerald M. Steinberg.  ​Gerald Steinberg Responds to Michael Bell – Part 4 – August 5 2004
  16. Gerald M. Steinberg.  ​“Iran and the IAEA: Buying Time or Avoiding Confrontation? An Israeli Assessment” -Revised December 25 2003
  17. Gerald M. Steinberg, ​“Impact of Changes in Libyan and Iranian WMD Policies on Israel”, November 22 2003
  18. Gerald M. Steinberg, “Confidence Building and the Concept of Spillover in Mediterranean Conflicts”, OSCE SEMINAR “THE OSCE EXPERIENCE AND ITS RELEVANCE FOR THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION, AQABA, JORDAN, 20 AND 21 OCTOBER 2003
  19. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Israel & the US: The Complexities of Asymmetric Dependence” Bitterlemons, Middle East Roundtable, 13:1, October 2 2003
  20. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “The Role of NATO in Cooperative Responses to the WMD/Terror Nexus” – presented at the conference on NATO and Mediterranean Security: Practical Steps Towards Partnership, RUSI, London, June 30 – July 1 2003
  21. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “2000/1 Middle East Arms Control and Proliferation Report” – Gerald M. Steinberg and Aharon Etengoff, November 2002
  22. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “2000/1 SALW Update” – Gerald M. Steinberg and Aharon Etengoff, November 2002
  23. Gerald M. Steinberg.  ​“2000/1 Landmine Update” – Gerald M. Steinberg and Aharon Etengoff, November 2002
  24. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Commercial Observation Satellites in the Middle East and the Persian Gulf“, Chapter 11 Commercial Observation Satellites: At the Leading Edge of Global Transparency editors John C. Baker, Kevin M. O’Connell, and Ray A. Williamson — The American Society for Photogammetry and Remote Sensing (Bethesda, Maryland) and RAND (Santa Monica, California)  2001
  25. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Starting Over: The Prospects for Regional Security and Arms Control in the Middle East in the Next Decade” – UNIDIR Disarmament Forum, 2001 No. 2
  26. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Rediscovering Deterrence After September 11, 2001” – Jerusalem Letter No. 467, 17 Kislev 5762 2 December 2001 – Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, Israel
  27. Gerald M. Steinberg, “The emerging security environment in the Middle East: The view from the region”, Halki Conference (Greece), 5 September 2001
  28. Gerald M. Steinberg  “Israeli Landmine Policy and Related Regional Activity” – Journal of Mine Action, 5:3, Aharon Etengoff and Prof. Gerald Steinberg, Fall 2001
  29. Gerald M. Steinberg Israel Looks over the Horizon: Responding to the Changing Strategic Environment  -Jerusalem Viewpoints, JCPA, July 1 2001
  30. Gerald M. Steinberg.  ​”Parameters of Stable Deterrence in a Proliferated Middle East: Lessons from the 1991 Gulf War” – Non-Proliferation Review, 7:3 Fall-Winter 2000
  31. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Israel Looks Over the Horizon: Responding to the Threats of Weapons Proliferation”  –Synthesis, published by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, The Hague, November 2000 (pp. 29-31)  Click here for the exchange of letters with the OPCW in response to this article
  32. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Israeli Landmine Policy” – Aharon Etengoff and Prof. Gerald Steinberg, October 2000
  33. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “The Begin Doctrine and Deterrence”, based on presentation at the conference on “Israel and the Middle East: The Legacy of Menachem Begin”, Bar Ilan University, 2 March 2000, published n Israel in the Middle East – The Legacy of Menachem Begin, BESA Center for Strategic Studies, BESA Colloquia on Strategy and Diplomacy No. 15, September 2000
  34. Gerald M. Steinberg.  ​“Arms Control and Non-Proliferation  Developments in the Middle East: 1998-99” – BESA Security and Policy Studies, August 2000
  35. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “The Failure of the MTCR in the Middle East” – Published in Ballistic Missiles: The Threat and the Response, edited by Arieh Stav, Brassey’s, London, pp. 149-170, 1999
  36. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Israeli Nuclear Policy as a Factor in Relations with the United States” – September 17 1999 (Text of presentation by Gerald Steinberg before the American Jewish Committee’s Strategic Triangle Forum: Issues in the Israeli-American-American Jewish Relationship, is available in Hebrew from the author of from the Jerusalem office of the AJC)
  37. Gerald M. Steinberg Barak’s  Complex  Foreign  Policy  Agenda – Jerusalem Letter No. 409, 17 Tammuz 5759 / July 1 1999 – Published by the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, Jerusalem, Israel
  38. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “A Palestinian State: Effects on The Regional Balance of Power” – From A Palestinian State: Implications for Security and American Policy, Published by the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA), Washington, DC, 1999
  39. “Israeli Security in a Changing Environment: Challenges and Responses”, in Mediterranean Security into the Coming Millennium, Stephen J. Blank, editor, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 1999
  40. Gerald M. Steinberg,  ​“Re-examining Israel’s Security Doctrine RUSI International Security Review” – published by the Royal United Services Institute for Defence Analysis, UK, pp. 215-224, 1999
  41. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Chinese Policies on Arms Control and Proliferation in the Middle East” – From China Report,  special issue on China and the Middle East edited by R. Kumaraswamy, No. 3-4, pp. 381-400, 1998. Also published in China and the Middle East: The Quest For Influence, Sage (India)
  42. Gerald M. Steinberg Israel and the United States: Can the Special Relationship Survive the New Strategic Environment? Middle East Review of International  Affairs (MERIA) 2:4 December 1998
  43. Gerald M. Steinberg, An Israeli View of “Soft Security” Issues and Conflict Resolution in the Mediterranean Region, NATO Defense College, Rome, December 1998
  44. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “World Nuclear Disorder and the Middle East” – SIPRI Middle East Network, “Forum on the Impact of the South Asian Nuclear Tests”, September 15 1998
  45. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Book Review – Friends in Need: Burden Sharing in the Gulf War” (Edited by Andrew Bennett, Joseph Lepgold, and Danny Unger, New York: St Martin’s Press, New York 1997) published in the American Political Science Review, Vol. 92, No. 3, pp. 743-4, Sept. 1998
  46. Gerald M. Steinberg,  “U.S. Responses to Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction in the Middle East” – Middle East Review of International Affairs (Meria) 2:3, September 1998
  47. Gerald M. Steinberg, “ISRAELI PERSPECTIVES ON REGIONAL SECURITY AND CONFIDENCE BUILDING”, Conference on Confidence Building in the Mediterranean, Institut du Droit del la Paix et du Development avec l’Institut d’Etude de Securite de l’Union Europeenne Occidentale, Nice, October 1997.
  48. Gerald M. Steinberg, The Central Factors in Israeli-Syrian Negotiations and Potential Security Arrangements, Wilton Park Conference on Peace and Stability in the Middle East: The Realities 27-30 July 1998
  49. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Assessing the Impact of the Indian and Pakistani Nuclear Tests on the Middle East” – Jerusalem Letter/Viewpoints, No. 386, 15 July 1998, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
  50. Gerald M. Steinberg.  ​“The Indian/Pakistani Nuclear Tests and Israel” – The Monitor: Nonproliferation, Demilitarization, and Arms Control, (Center for International Trade and Security, University of Georgia) Vol. 4, No. 2-3, pp. 53-54, Spring – Summer 1998
  51. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Dual Use Aspects of Commercial High-Resolution Imaging Satellites.”  Mideast Security and Policy Studies​ (BESA Center for Strategic Studies).  Vol. 37 (February 1998)
  52. Gerald M. Steinberg, REGIONAL SECURITY STRUCTURES FOR THE MIDDLE EAST: A REALIST APPROACH, Hebrew, Ma’arachot, December, 1997
  53. Gerald M. Steinberg “The Future of the CD and the Shift to Regional Security Structures” – Disarmament Diplomacy, July/August 1997
  54. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Israeli Moves To Reduce Tension With Syria” – Jerusalem Post, July 2 1997
  55. Gerald M. Steinberg,  “New Verifications Technology and Issues: Space and Airborne Monitoring” – Technical Workshop on Safeguards Verification Technologies and Related Experiences, IAEA, Vienna, May 12-15 1997
  56. Gerald M. Steinberg,  “Deterrence and Middle East Stability: An Israeli Perspective” – Security Dialogue, Vol. 28, No. 1, pp. 49-56, March 1997
  57. Gerald M. Steinberg, “TECHNICAL AND POLITICAL ASPECTS OF VERIFICATION AND MONITORING”, Prepared for presentation at the ISODARCO Middle East Seminar, Amman, March 1997
  58. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Accountability and Confidentiality in Israeli Military Procurement” – Conference on Political Control of Bureaucracy in Democratic Systems , Research Committee on Structure and Organization of Government (SOG) of the International Political Science Association, February 16-18 1997
  59. ​Gerald M. Steinberg,  “Opportunities for Conventional Arms Limitations in the Middle East and Persian Gulf” – in Cascade of Arms, edited by Andrew Pierre, The Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C., 1997
  60. Gerald M. Steinberg, “Middle East Peace and the NPT Extension Decision”NonProliferation Review, Vol. 4, No. 1 pp. 17-29, Fall 1996
  61. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “The Obstacles to a Middle East Nuclear-Weapons-Free-Zone” – in Nuclear-Weapons-Free-Zones, edited by Ramesh Thakur (St. Martin’s Press and MacMillan Press, 1998), pp. 194-209 (based on conference presentation at the Australian National University Peace Research Centre, December 1996)
  62. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “The Future of Nuclear Weapons: Israeli Perspectives” – Presented at the Ninth Amaldi Conference: Security Questions at the End of the Twentieth Century, Geneva, 21-23 November 1996
  63. Gerald M. Steinberg..“Beyond NPT Extension” – Technology Review — Forum, May 1996
  64. Gerald M. Steinberg.  ​“European Security and the Middle East Peace Process: Lessons From the OSCE” – Mediterranean Quarterly, February 1996
  65. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Israel and the Changing Global Non-Proliferation Regime: The NPT, CTBT, and Fissile Cut-Off” – Contemporary Security Policy, 16:1, Spring 1995
  66. Gerald M. Steinberg, Between Competition and Cooperation: The Political Economy of Israel’s Military Technology Development Strategy and its Implications for South Korea, presented at Korean Association of Intenational Studies, 1995 and published in Korean Security Policies Toward Peace and Unification, edited by Byong-Moo Hwang and Yong-Sup Han, Seoul, 1996
  67. Gerald M. Steinberg, Israel’s Limited NPT Options, Israel Studies Bulletin, 10:2 Spring 1995
  68. Gerald M. Steinberg. “Israel, Egypt, and Nuclear Policy”, Jerusalem Letter No. 316 Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, June 15, 1995
  69. Gerald M. Steinberg. “Conflicting Approaches to Arms Control and CSBMs in the Middle East: Finding a Common Ground”, in The Middle East Multilateral Talks: Substantive Recommendations, Steven Spiegel, ed. Garland Press, 1995
  70. Gerald M. Steinberg.  ​“Israeli Arms Control: Cautious Realism” – Journal of Strategic Studies, Summer 1994
  71. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Non-Proliferation: Time for Regional Approaches?” – Orbis, 38:3, Summer 1994
  72. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Middle East Arms Control and Regional Security” – Survival, Vol. 36, No. 1, Spring 1994
  73. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “U.S. Non-Proliferation Policy: Global Regimes and Regional Realities” – Contemporary Security Policy, 15:1, April 1994
  74. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “The Political Economy of Science and Technology in Israel: Mutual Interests and Common Perspectives.”  Published in “The Science Compact: Scientists and the State” in Comparative Perspective, Etel Solingen ed., U. of Michigan Press, 1994
  75. Gerald M. Steinberg, “Israeli Security in the Context of the Peace Process”  Security Dialogue, 25:1, March 1994
  76. Gerald M. Steinberg.  ​“Strategic Implications of the Peace Process for Israel” – International Defense Review, January 1994
  77. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Israel: Case Study for International Missile Trade and Non-Proliferation Project” – in “The International Missile Bazaar: The New Suppliers Network”, William Potter and Harlan Jencks eds., Westview Press, 1993
  78. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Israeli Responses to the Threat of Chemical Warfare” – Armed Forces and Society, 20:1, Fall 1993
  79. Gerald M. Steinberg,  “Arms Control in the Middle East” – Published in The Encyclopedia of Arms Control and Disarmament, Richard Dean Burns, Editor in Chief, 1992
  80. Gerald M. Steinberg, “Towards Real Arms Control in the Middle East”, Issues in Science and Technology, (National Academy of Science) 7:4 Summer 1991, pp. 63-77
  81. Gerald M. Steinberg.  “Political Factors in the Development and Implementation of Technology Based CBMs” – Published in Proceedings of the Conference on Technology-Based Confidence-Building, Center for National Security Studies, University of California and the Los Alamos National Laboratory, July 1989
  82. Gerald M. Steinberg. “The Strategic Defense Initiative and the Organizational Politics of Military R&D”, Armed Forces and Society, Vol. 13, No. 4 October 1987, pp. 579-598
  83. Gerald M. Steinberg. “Large Scale National Projects as Political Symbols: The Case of Israel”, Comparative Politics, Vol. 19, No. 3, April 1987, pp. 331-346
  84. Gerald M. Steinberg. “Indigenous Arms Industries and Dependence: The Case of Israel”, Defense Analysis, Fall 1986, Vol. pp. 291-305
  85. Gerald M. Steinberg. “Technology, Weapons, and Development: The Case of Israel”, Technology in Society, Vol. 7, 1985 pp. 387-398
  86. Gerald M. Steinberg. “Comparing Technological Risks in Large-Scale National Efforts”, Policy Sciences, Vol. 18, March 1985 pp.79-93
  87. Gerald M. Steinberg. “The Role of Process in Arms Control Negotiations”, Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 22, No. 3 1985,
    pp. 261-272
  88. Gerald M. Steinberg, “Israel Science and Technology and the European Community Goal”, Science and Public Policy, 12:5, October 1985, pp. 264-268
  89. Gerald M. Steinberg, “A Quantitative Model of Technology Transfer”, Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change (w. B. Raz and A. Ruina) Vol. 24, 1983, pp. 31-44
  90. Gerald M. Steinberg, “The Militarization of Space: From Passive to Active Systems”, Futures, October 1983; revised in The Exploitation of Space: Policy Trends in the Military and Commercial Uses of Outer Space, Butterworth, London, 1985. pp. 374-392.