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.
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.
And refutes notions that have shaped U.S. Middle East policy for more than half a century.
Bahrain and the UAE fear demography, Iran, and a withdrawing U.S.
Another Palestinian leader who sold out his people.
Switzerland can embrace Iran, but Jerusalem can’t embrace Abu Dhabi?
Abu Dhabi instructs its hotels to carry kosher food.
A Saudi journalist sees the “Palestinian issue” having the same fate as the “Andalusian issue.”
Remnants of a medieval community.
One of many “tectonic shifts.”