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Are we making the best use of language in the war of words that is BDS?
Both “defensive” and “offensive” tactics in the war against BDS suffer from the same problem: predictability.
With our military mindset in place, it’s time to get cracking on the strategies and tactics that can win the BDS wars.
The BDS wars are likely to be won or lost based not on numbers of soldiers or equipment, but on human emotion.
Seven things to always expect whenever you deal with the BDS “movement.”
In the BDS propaganda war, at least in the US, the odds seem to favor Israel and its supporters.
Despite the odds stacked against Israel and her supporters, military thinkers don’t go into battle hoping for miracles.
Once you start thinking about the war against Israel as a drawn-out siege, seemingly inexplicable phenomena become understandable.
Russell, Schraub and Hirsch are on the new Cool Guys list, just because they’re so interesting.
In almost any discussion of how to deal with BDS, a subject that inevitably comes up is offense vs. defense.
What does the surprising defeat of an academic boycott at AAA mean for the trajectory of BDS within academic associations?