PNINA SHUKER, Ph.D.
Dr. Pnina Shuker is a National Security expert and a post-Doctoral fellow at the school of Political Science, Government and International Affairs, Tel Aviv University. She servs as deputy editor of the Jerusalem Strategic Tribune, journal for strategic and diplomatic affairs, as a Columnist at "Israel Today" and as a research fellow at JISS – Jerusalem Institute for Strategy and Security. She also servs as a lecturer at Bar Ilan University, the Open University and the Academic College of Law and Science. Previously, she served as a Neubauer Research Associate at the Institute for National Security Studies at Tel Aviv (INSS) and as the Coordinator of International Programs at the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies.
Dr. Shuker received both her BA and MA specializing in Strategy and National Security at the Political Science department in Bar Ilan University. Her doctoral dissertation, also written at the Political Science Department of Bar Ilan University, is focusing on the perception of the democratic society as sensitive to casualties and its impact on dealing with strategic threats, through comparative analysis between Britain, Israel and the United States. During her studies she won a number of scholarships and awards, including the President’s scholarship for excellence.