Yoash Tsiddon-Chatto

Yoash Tsiddon-Chatto, Col (ret.), Member of 12th Knesset and of Madrid Peace Conference (1991), has 41 years operational service as covert operative, Battle of Jerusalem and (1948-1984) Air Force, Fighter and Test Pilot, etc., to Chief of Planning and Ops. Requirements. Rafael Advisory Board 1992-1995. YTC publishes extensively on policy and security issues in Israel and abroad, and is a founding member of the Ariel Center for Policy Research. In March 2002, YTC published a position paper related to the bearing on the Israeli Air Force of a possible US failure to achieve all its declared Aims of War Against Terror, in the pending Gulf War. He participated in the publication of an independent, non-classified, Israeli-American group position paper dealing with the suggested policy to be followed by Israel if/when a rogue ME regime will, or is about to, possess nuclear or biological weapons. The paper, “Project Daniel”, was handed to PM Sharon on January 16, 2003.



Non-Classified Realities Affecting Israel’s Air Force – 2005-2010, 2002

Policy Paper No. 136

Israel-Arabia: Eye-to-Eye with the Future As Taught by the Past, 2001

Policy Paper No. 112

Peace With Syria: No Margin for Error (In the book Peace With Syria: No Margin For Error), 2000

Policy Paper No. 99

Arafat's Independent “Palestine”: Defense/Military Impact on Israel (In the book Israel and a Palestinian State: Zero Sum Game?), 2001

Policy Paper No. 59

After Oslo – The Quest for Political Stability: A “Politically Incorrect” Paper on an Apparently Correct Solution, 1998

Policy Paper No. 48

No Room for Error in a Minuscule Country – The Case for Enhanced Anti-Theater Ballistic Missile Defense (TBM) (In the book Ballistic Missile Defense: The Threat and the Response), 1999

Policy Paper No. 31

Israel 2000 – How Will It Fare If Shrunk to its 1967 Borders?  (In the book Israel at the Crossroads), 1997

Policy Paper No. 14

At What Price the Golan Heights, 1997

Policy Paper No. 5