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by | Dec 28, 2022

According to reports, the United States, Israel, and Saudi Arabia are negotiating the normalization of ties between Saudi Arabia and Israel in exchange for an Israeli pledge to forgo its sovereign, inalienable national rights and not annex Judea and Samaria,…

by | Feb 1, 2021

The Biden administration, should it play its cards right, could capitalize on the momentum of the Trump administration’s Abraham Accords to gain further diplomatic wins for Middle East peace. The Trump administration departed very close to clinching normalization deals between…

by | Sep 17, 2020

Industrial policy that uses tariffs and subsidies to pick economic winners is once again in vogue among intellectuals. The rationale is to prevent China from “dominating” the global market with its subsidies while boosting American jobs and manufacturing. While I…

by | Sep 16, 2020

There was no one more down-to-Earth than the late Herb London (1939–2018). But when all the power players gathered in the White House yesterday to sign documents bringing Herb’s vision of a Middle East peace alignment to fruition, he was…

by | Sep 14, 2020

The Middle East may be beginning a historic realignment more significant than the “Arab spring” or anything else that has happened in the region since World War II. That beginning came about because two Sunni Muslim nations — the United…

by | Aug 24, 2020

This week, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is scheduled to visit Israel, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, and Sudan, while Jared Kushner will visit Israel, Bahrain, Morocco, Oman, and Saudi Arabia. This is the latest in the…

by | Jul 22, 2020

President Trump’s call with French president Emmanuel Macron on Monday has focused his attention on de-escalating the dispute between France and Turkey in Libya. Tensions between the two countries have simmered since a June 10 incident in the Mediterranean. French…

by | Nov 21, 2019

No matter how much political ideologies may differ, many face a familiar division over tactics. Is it better to be a loud radical demanding bold change from the outside? Or should one aspire to be a quiet pragmatist working diligently…

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