Center for Security Policy Webinar: Beyond Iron Dome

How the U.S. Can Support Israel’s Offensive Capabilities

October 25, 2021

The Center for Security Policy (Center, is pleased to host Brig. General (Ret.) Yosef Kupperwasser and Brig. General (Ret.) Amir Avivi of the Israeli Defense Forces in a discussion of Israel’s offensive capabilities in light of Iran’s accelerating nuclear program. While the focus in Washington has been on the groundbreaking Israeli missile defense programs that have saved so many lives, this webinar will broaden the conversation to the offensive capabilities that may be required should Iran threaten a nuclear breakout.

WHO: Center for Security Policy, along withBrig. General (Ret.) Yosef Kupperwasser and Brig. General (Ret.) Amir Avivi of the Israeli Defense Forces

WHAT: Webinar on American-Israeli military cooperation against a nuclear Iran

WHEN: Monday, October 25, at 1:00pm ET.

WHERE: Media and the public may register for the event here

WHY: Iran’s accelerating nuclear program is the greatest threat to Israel’s security. Generals Kupperwasser and Avivi will be joined by Center Senior Fellow Ellie Cohanim and Center Director for the Middle East and North Africa Program Victoria Coates, who will moderate the discussion.

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