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  April 2009
In This Issue
Oren in line to be next Ambassador to Israel
Emerging Security Issues for the Obama Administration
Op-eds by JINSA
Bryen on "Letters from Washington,"
M.D. Nalapat on India's Police Force
Press Release on U.S.-India Nuclear Cooperation

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Journal of International Security Affairs Author Oren in Line to be Next Israel Ambassador

Michael Oren, author of "The U.S.-Israel Partnership: Forks in the Road", an article that appeared in the Fall 2008 issue of Journal of International Security Affairs (published by the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs, or JINSA), is reportedly a candidate to be Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's ambassador to Washington.

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Conference on Emerging Security Issues for the Obama Administration

JINSA hosted a conference March 26 on "Emerging Security Issues for the Obama Administration" that grappled with issues concerning Turkey's future role as an ally of the West, worrisome developments in Mexico and the continued utility of an independent Palestinian state.

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Op-eds by JINSA

Tom Neumann, JINSA's Executive Director, writes on a full range of topics ranging from piracy to Iran's nuclear program.

Check out the new op-ed section on JINSA's website

Shoshana Bryen on "Letters from Washington," Radio Show on March 12, 2009

In a March 12, 2009 interview on Pacifica Radio's "Letters from Washington" show hosted by Mitch Jeserich from the studios of WPFW in Washington, DC. Shoshana Bryen, Senior Director for Security Policy at JINSA discusses Charles "Chas" Freeman's withdrawal from consideration for the post of chairman of the National Intelligence Council.

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India's 1861-Model Police Force Insufficient for the 21st Century

M.D. Nalapat, Professor of Geopolitics at India's Manipal University, explains that unless the police in India are given the manpower, the remuneration and the equipment and training needed to evolve into a modern and professional force they are at risk of being ineffective against not just the criminals but against a foe even deadlier - the terrorist.

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JINSA Urges Full Implementation of U.S.-India Civil Nuclear Cooperation

The Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs (JINSA) called on the Obama Administration to strengthen the critically important U.S.-India relationship, citing the strategic importance in countering the nuclear threat from Iran.

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