Following the normalization deals with the UAE and Bahrain, regional observers have turned their attention to the possibility of a further thawing of relations between Israel and its neighbors, even going so far as to suggest that Saudi Arabia and Lebanon
Turkey’s foreign entanglements and military adventures are once again at the center of regional discussions regarding the country’s role in the Middle East and more broadly.
Peace efforts in Libya are beginning to show some early results.
Last week’s signing at the White House of the so-called “Abraham Accords” by Bahrain, the UAE and Israel has elicited a number of responses from regional observers and editorials.
With less than two months to go before the US presidential elections, regional observers and editorials have begun opining on the electoral chances of the respective presidential candidates, as well as, more importantly, on the consequences for the region
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Israel and Hamas spent much of last month in a tit-for-tat cycle of violence that ended just as quickly as it started.
The resignation of the Lebanese government following the devastation of Beirut has infused the country with a sense of urgency and possibilities.
The US Department of State has announced that it will continue to enforce an arms embargo against Iran.
Israeli commentators have responded positively to news of an official rapprochement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).