The foreign-policy expert joins us to talk about the odds of a deal between the two nations, and how the incoming American administration plays in their thinking.
There’s talk of the new American administration moving closer to Iran. Could a Saudi step toward peace with Israel protect Riyadh from the troubles that might ensue?
The powers at the center of the Muslim world are refusing to tolerate radical Islamism, and a spirit of repair and renewal is at hand. Will it catch on?
The intellectual shifts revealed by the new peace agreements between Israel and three Arab nations could turn out to be as significant as their economic and military benefits.
An interview with the senior adviser to the president on the thinking behind the deal, and America’s role in the Middle East.
An American-led alliance can be a strong deterrent to Iran and China.
It forestalls annexation and deals a blow to the longstanding Palestinian veto on Israel’s relationship with other countries. It promises even more, but that depends on hard work.
Arabs are finally concluding that they need to move past the toxic legacies of Arab nationalism and Islamism—which means moving past the mythology of Palestine too.
An American National Security Council veteran explains how the U.S. pressured Iran and built trust to broker last week’s accord, and the effects it will have throughout the region.
Israel’s ambassador to the U.S. joins us to share his vision for the region and the strategic insight that brought us to this moment.
The UAE is one of the youngest of the Arab states, and its distance from 1948, 1967 and the other Arab-Israeli wars of the past gives its leaders a freer mind to lead the way.
For a long time, Israel has been quietly making common cause with the victims of aggression in the Middle East. That’s now coming to light.