Ephraim Kam

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Ephraim Kam of the INSS in a photo from the INSS website. Accessed 9 November 2012.

Ephraim Kam is deputy head of the Institute for National Security Studies (Israel) and a former colonel in the Research Division of the Israel Defense Forces Military Intelligence unit.[1]

Education

International Relations (PhD) from Harvard University, USA.[2]

Career History

Current Activities

Kam has been the Deputy Director of the Institute for National Security Studies since 1995.[2]

Publications

  • Kam, Ephraim, Nuclear Iran: What Does it Mean, and What Can be Done, Institute for National Security Studies, 2007.
  • Kam, Ephraim, From Terror to Nuclear Bombs: The Significance of the Iranian Threat, The Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies, 2004 (in Hebrew).
  • Kam, Ephraim, The Middle East Military Balance 1994-1995, Tel Aviv: The Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies - Jerusalem: The Jerusalem Post, 1996.
  • Kam, Ephraim, The Changes in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe: Implications on the Middle East, Tel Aviv: The Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies, May 1991 (in Hebrew).
  • Kam, Ephraim, Surprise Attack: The Victim's Perspective, Harvard University Press, 15 November 1988.

Affiliations

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 Ephraim Kam - Principal Research Fellow and Deputy Director, INSS, INSS website.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 'Dr. Ephraim Kam bio', Tel Aviv University website.