In the latest issue of Tel Aviv Notes, Joshua Krasna examines recent developments in the foreign policy of the U.A.E. that impact its relations with Israel and the current status of relations between the two states.
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Nir Boms writes, alongside Bahraini political consultant Shayan Arya, for "Fikra Forum" of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy about the importance of people-to-people relations for the Abraham Accords.
This issue of Turkeyscope focuses on Israeli-Turkish relations. Dr. Gökhan Çınkara explains the current decline of Ikhwanism and the rise of the Abraham Accords and its possible impact on the Israeli-Turkish relations.
In our latest issue of Iqtisadi: The Middle East Economy, Paul Rivlin analyses the economic effects of having a zero-sum versus a win-win approach to problems. Increased bilateral trade since the Abraham Accords offer an example of a win-win scenario while the current Lebanese crisis shows how difficult it can be to escape a zero-sum game.
Nir Boms and Hussein Aboubakr have published an article in "Religions", where they seek to explain the rise of a new Gulf-led axis and the early formulation of a new agenda of a more tolerant Middle East, as was manifested in the Abraham Accords.