And refutes notions that have shaped U.S. Middle East policy for more than half a century.
Bahrain and the UAE fear demography, Iran, and a withdrawing U.S.
Another Palestinian leader who sold out his people.
Switzerland can embrace Iran, but Jerusalem can’t embrace Abu Dhabi?
Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Morocco are considering it.
“I did not hear even passing anti-Zionist comments.”
And a possible violation of the Oslo Accords.
The Arab world might be more inclined to normalize ties with Israel than some think.
A springboard for attacks on Saudi Arabia?
Is Jerusalem’s alliance with the Gulf state coming out of the shadows?
A test for the Trump administration.
In 2011, as the Arab Spring came to Bahrain and protestors filled the streets, President Obama spoke out in favor of democratic reforms in the. . .