Forget Iran. The red palm weevil could be the enemy that brings Israelis and Arabs together.
The Saudis and Emiratis would prefer an alliance with the U.S., but only if it steps up.
As usual, the experts get things backwards.
The pivot to Asia starts in the Middle East.
A new naval task force may help quash Tehran’s proxies across the Middle East.
Dubai’s Jews struggle to build a public synagogue.
The next step: a regional air-defense pact.
Washington cozies up to Tehran, and lambasts the Gulf states for following suit.
A tale of three summits.
The visit marks the first time an Arab government has welcomed the Syrian leader since civil war broke out in 2011.
The UAE helped reorient Erdogan toward the Jewish state.
Arab solidarity is an illusion. The Abraham Accords aren’t.