|- In 1949 was part of Israeli delegation to ceasefire talks in Rhodes
- A founder of Rafi in 1965
- In 1966 visited Vietnam as a journalist
- On eve of Six Day War was appointed Defense Minister as a result of public pressure
- After the war he initiated the open bridges policy and the functional compromise concept.
- In 1968 helped establish the Labor Party but resigned in 1977
- As a single member faction he joined the first government of Menahem Begin as a Foreign Minister.
- In this capacity he played a major role in the visit of Anwar Sadat to Jerusalem in 1977 as well as in the peace process with Egypt.
- Dayan resigned from the Government in 1979 when Yosef Burg was appointed Israel’s representative to the autonomy talks with Egypt.
|Diary of the Sinai Campaign (1965)||Naphtali Lau-Lavie, Moshe Dayan: a Biography (1968)||Israel Isaac Taslitt, Soldier of Israel: the Story of General Moshe Dayan (1969)||Yehudah Harel, Follow Me, the Story of Moshe Dayan (1972)||Moshe Dayan: Story of My Life (1976)||Living With the Bible (1978)||Breakthrough: A Personal Account of the Egypt-Israel Peace Negotiations (1981)||Robert Slater, Warrior Statesman; the Life of Moshe Dayan (1991)||Martin Levi Van Creveld, Moshe Dayan (2004)|