Yaakov Katz

Yaakov Katz is The Jerusalem Post's editor-in-chief. He previously served for close to a decade as the paper's military reporter and defense analyst. He is the author of "Shadow Strike: Inside Israel's Secret Mission to Eliminate Syrian Nuclear Power" and co-author of two books: "Weapon Wizards - How Israel Became a High-Tech Military Superpower" and "Israel vs. Iran - The Shadow War".

In 2012-2013 he was a fellow at the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University and was a faculty member at Harvard's Extension School where he taught an advanced course in journalism.
Statements by PM Netanyahu and US Secretary of State Pompeo, April 29, 2018 (GPO)

Editor's notes: The ‘new’ defense minister Liberman

U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un shake hands before their one-on-one

Iran, North Korea and the lessons of 2007


Book excerpt: Israel's mission to destroy Syria's nuclear reactor


Why does Israel need the American peace plan?


Editor's Notes: Taking the fight to the Iranians

US Ambassador David Friedman

Friedman to 'Post': U.S. thinking ‘out of the box’ with Trump peace plan

Whole grain kernels

Editor's Notes: Politics, identity and kitniyot

PRIME MINISTER Benjamin Netanyahu votes Tuesday in Jerusalem

Editor's Note: The magician strikes again

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at a press conference, February 19th, 2019

Israel’s elections are about one question – Do we still want Netanyahu?

An Israeli flag [Ilustrative]

It's time to make Israeli elections great again - editor's notes

Paper slips from the 2015 election, at a voting booth in Jerusalem

Political stability

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Yair Lapid

Lapid to 'Post': World leaders want Netanyahu to go

BLUE AND WHITE leader Benny Gantz addresses the AIPAC Policy Conference on Monday.

Keeping up the political mudslinging


Gaza is Benjamin Netanyahu’s recurring nightmare - analysis

AVI GABBAY: The loss of US support is the worst threat to Israel’s security ever

Political Affairs: Vowing success against all odds

Benjamin Netanyahu (L) and Benny Gantz (R)

Editor's Notes: Why are the election campaigns moving to Washington?


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