August 2022

Israeli Nuclear Program: Memo to President Nixon from Henry Kissinger, 7/16/69

Pres. Nixon, Golda Meir and Henry Kissinger
President Richard Nixon (center), Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir (left), and Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger (right), in the Oval Office.


Memo Review by Alex Dubin

Memo: https://www.nixonlibrary.gov/sites/default/files/virtuallibrary/documents/mr/071969_israel.pdf

            Israel is thought to have developed its nuclear program over time in the 1950s and 1960s, likely with the capability to build weapons by the late 1960s.[1] The Israeli government had maintained a policy of secrecy over its nuclear program, pursuing a policy of nuclear ambiguity. It was widely believed to have between 90-200 weapons,[2] although Israel had never officially tested a nuclear weapon.... Read more about Israeli Nuclear Program: Memo to President Nixon from Henry Kissinger, 7/16/69

Insight from Jasjeet Ajimal, Former Senior Advisor and Director to Canadian Provincial Cabinet Minister

Jasjeet Ajimal

What is your current title and your most recent title as a policy practitioner?

I am currently the co-chair of the Save Afghan Minority Project with the Manmeet Singh Bhullar Foundation and continue to advise the private sector on public-private-community partnerships, policy improvements, and strategic project delivery.... Read more about Insight from Jasjeet Ajimal, Former Senior Advisor and Director to Canadian Provincial Cabinet Minister