Political changes in the Middle East
Regional political order, Arab nationalism versus political Islam, threats and opportunities at the beginning of the 21st century.
Strategy and policy
Decision-making in the Israeli system, Israel between a Zionist dream and a protracted conflict, changes in the perception of national security.
The Hebrew-Arab intercultural encounter, directions for a stable political response.
Dr. Anan Wahabi
School of Political Sciences
English, Arabic, Hebrew
Dr. Anan Wahabi, is a lecturer in School of Political Sciences in Haifa University, and research scholar in International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT). Anan is a Colonel (Res.) in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) with operational and academic experience in strategy and countering regional terrorism. He started his military service as a Paratrooper, moved to Intelligence Corps, was the Commander of the Information Operation Unit. Later on he was the Chief Instructor of the Israeli National Defense College, an institution that dealt with the challenge of educating high-ranking, national and inter-national students, offering a comprehensive approach of international evolving complex security.