Friction at OPEC is unlikely to affect Israel.
Thoughts from a diplomat who helped to negotiate the Abraham Accords.
Recent fighting has failed to undermine Israel’s new alliances.
A vigorous rebound from the economic crisis.
A first for any Arab nation.
The real reason the prime minister’s visit to the UAE was canceled.
Like many a happy relationship, this one starts with a date.
Preserving the qualitative military edge.
But American support is necessary for it to succeed.
A problematic partner—that exports anti-Western and anti-Semitic propaganda—already cooperates with both Jerusalem and Washington.
The naysayers are wrong.
And the hollowness of their critics.