Emily Landau is a senior research associate at the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) in Tel Aviv, where she is also director of the Arms Control and Regional Security Project. She has published and lectured extensively on nuclear proliferation, arms control efforts, and regional security in the Middle East, including CSBMs, Arab perceptions of Israel’s qualitative edge, Israeli-Egyptian relations, and the Arms Control and Regional Security working group of the Madrid peace process (ACRS); international efforts to confront the proliferation challenges posed by Iran and North Korea; Israel’s nuclear image and policy; and developments in global nuclear arms control thinking in the post-Cold War world. Her current research focuses on regional dynamics and processes in the Middle East, and recent trends in global nuclear arms control thinking, including regarding the nuclear ambitions of determined proliferators.
Senior Research Fellow, head of the Arms Control and Regional Security Program, The Institute for National Security Studies, Israel
Content by Emily Landau
What’s next for the Iranian nuclear negotiations?
As talks in Vienna end in a further delay in the deadline to agree a deal on Iran’s nuclear program, the ELN invites three experts to offer their opinions.
Use P5+1 leverage to get a good deal
Emily B. Landau argues that the P5+1 need to apply more pressure to Iran, as so far they have been the ones making the concessions.