Israel wasn’t the only country caught off guard.
Riyadh has no interest in normalization with a weak Jewish state.
Ending 76 years of the Red Cross’s anti-Jewish prejudice.
Normalization benefits both parties, as well as the U.S.
Popular priorities don’t match the diplomatic conversation.
Why they serve Palestinian interests as well as those of their signatories.
Persuading 350 million Arabs will be harder than 10 million Israelis, but the work has begun.
How generations of Arab thinkers and leaders tried to turn the humiliation of their losses to Israel into a springboard to launch their nations into an enchanted new age.
And the reasons it backfired.
Attitudes toward the Abraham Accords are most favorable in Gaza and Jerusalem.
U.S. involvement, and Saudi-Israeli rapprochement, could defeat it.
A warm peace is possible.
The challenges are surmountable, but not at any cost.
A path to normalization between Riyadh and Jerusalem.