Building Regional Security in the Middle East: International, Regional and Domestic Influences

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Emily B. Landau is Director of the Arms Control and Regional Security project at the Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies, Tel Aviv University. She has published on Confidence and Security Building Measures (CSBMs) in the Middle East, Arab perceptions of Israel's nuclear posture and qualitative edge, Israeli-Egyptian relations, Israel's arms control policy, and new thinking in global arms control in the post-Cold War period. She co-authored (with Ariel Levite) Israel's Nuclear Image: Arab Perceptions of Israel's Nuclear Posture (Tel Aviv: Papyrus Publishing House 1994) and is author of Egypt and Israel in ACRS: Bilateral Concerns in a Regional Arms Control Process (JCSS Memorandum no.59, Tel Aviv: JCSS 2001). Her doctoral dissertation, on the multilateral Middle East arms control talks, is entitled: The Middle East Arms Control Process (1992-1995): The Construction of a Strategic Game.

Tamar Malz has worked at the Jaffee Center for Strategic Studies, Tel Aviv University, on a number of projects, including: Israel's national security; arms control in the Middle East; and economics and security. She is currently pursuing her doctoral studies at the Hebrew University, on the subject of the influence of Israel's national security culture on the development of its deterrence policy.

Janice Gross Stein is the Director of the Munk Centre for International Studies at the University of Toronto, the Harrowston Professor of Conflict Management, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. Her most recent publications are Networks of Knowledge: Collaborative Innovation in International Learning (University of Toronto Press; Institute of Public Administration of Canada, 2001), The Cult of Efficiency (Toronto: House of Anansi Press 2001), and Street Protests and Fantasy Parks: Globalization,

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