The war might even make it more likely.
War in space and Iran’s attempt at opening up a new front.
Riyadh has no interest in normalization with a weak Jewish state.
The era of surgical strikes is over.
Normalization benefits both parties, as well as the U.S.
The probable messages behind Monday night’s airstrikes.
“Not the way to treat one of America’s most valuable allies.”
Popular priorities don’t match the diplomatic conversation.
Preventing a nuclear Iran takes precedence over normalization with Saudi Arabia.
Regardless of its particulars, such a pact would tie Jerusalem’s hands.
A warm peace is possible.
Current efforts are exacerbating the problem.
The challenges are surmountable, but not at any cost.
A 75-year diplomatic boycott has gotten them nothing; continuing is unlikely to help.