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India-Israel Defense Cooperation / The Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies. Israel. 29 Jan 2014.

By Alvite Singh Ningthoujam January 27, 2014- BESA Center Perspectives Paper No. 236 – Defense relations between India and Israel have come a long way, against all odds. Israel has emerged as India’s second-largest arms supplier, behind only Russia, with bilateral arms trade over the last decade estimated at $10 billion. 2013 witnessed major developments in India-Israel defense cooperation, most of which involved enhancing arms trade and furthering joint projects. There were certain constraints as well, none of which curbed ties. Read all:

Gantz: None of the options in Syria are good for Israel

Army chief says Syria has lost stability even if Assad remains in power, urges Israel to become cybersecurity superpower. – By Gili Cohen | Jan. 29, 2014 | 2:58 PM – Read all:


Exclusive: Syria ships out less than 5 percent of chemical arms

By Anthony Deutsch / REUTERS 30.1.2014 – Read Full Text


Exports of Dual-Use Chemicals to Syria: An Assessment of European Union Export Controls

Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. 28 Jan 2014.