Ze'ev Wolfson

Ze'ev Wolfson was born in 1944 in the USSR. He received a Ph.D degree in Enviromental Policy from Moscow State University in 1978. The work The Destruction of Nature in the Soviet Union (under pseudonym Boris Komarov) was published in 1979 in the West in eight editions in seven languages. The book was awarded the Gambrinus European Award (Italy) for best book on ecology in 1983. After the Chernobyl disaster he focused his interests on the consequences of developing of nuclear technology, and chemical and biological weapons in the former Soviet Union and in Russia. The author has published numerous articles on these subjects. In September 2000 his work “Syrian-FSU Military Cooperation” was published in NATIV. From 1987 he was affiliated with the Mayrock Center for Russian, Eurasian and Eastern European Research of the Hebrew University as a researcher and editor of the Environmental Policy Review and from 1998 as editor of CIS Environmental and Disarmament Yearbook.



Armenian “Traces” in the Proliferation of Russian Weapons in Iran, 2002

Policy Paper No. 143

The “Russian Factor” in the Middle East Military Balance, 2001

Policy Paper No. 133

Syria and the Former USSR: The Warfare Cooperation Goes On, 2000 (Published in Nativ, Hebrew, Vol. 75-76/4-5)

Policy Paper No. 85