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February 2011
Conference Call with Lee Smith
Ethics in the Field
JINSA in the Media
2011 JINSA Calendar

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#1065 - Flatten the Libyan Air Force

#1064 - Disconnect, Part III: The West

#1063 - Disconnect, Part II: Egypt

#1062 - Disconnect, Part I: The Palestinians

#1061 - The Limits of U.S. Military Assistance

#1060 - Egypt - Confusion in the Administration

#1059 - While You Were Watching Egypt...

#1058 - Israel-Centrists

#1057 - Egypt: Our Ally?

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2010 Annual Report

What Will Replace Mubarak-ism? Understanding the Egypt Crisis: Conference Call with Lee Smith

Lee SmithLee Smith, author of the acclaimed book The Strong Horse: Power Politics, and the Clash of Arab Civilizations briefed JINSA members on "Egypt after Mubarak" via conference call on February 15.

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Ethics in the Field - IDF Col. (res.) Bentzi Gruber Speaks to JINSA Audiences

On February 3 in Houston and February 15 in Los Angeles, Col. Bentzi Gruber, a reserve officer in the IDF lectured to JINSA audiences on "Ethics in the Field."

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JINSA in the Media

Over the past several weeks, JINSA secured notable media hits. Here are some of the highlights.

"The ABCs of the Middle East Revolution," op-ed by JINSA's Thomas Neumann in Right Side News, Feb. 23, 2011

"Red Lines: Preserving Peace with Egypt," op-ed by JINSA's James Colbert in The American Thinker, Feb. 21, 2011

"Egypt Needs More U.S. Aid, Not Less," op-ed by JINSA's Shoshana Bryen in Politico, Feb. 11, 2011

"New START's Shaky Start," op-ed by JINSA's James Colbert in AOL News, Feb. 4, 2011

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JINSA Calendar of Events

We have a lot planned for 2011! You can check back at our website for the most up to date events calendar.

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