Tag Archives: Abraham Accords

Israel-Palestine conflict: why Gulf leaders are staying quiet – for now

Simon Mabon, Lancaster University It’s generally reckoned to be one of Donald Trump’s few major foreign policy achievements. On August 13 2020, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Israel signed a historic agreement normalising relations between the two states, and in the weeks that followed, other Arab states followed Abu Dhabi’s lead in what became known as the Abraham Accords. …

Read More »

Iran: how attack on nuclear facility will affect negotiations with US

Christoph Bluth, University of Bradford The Iranian authorities have insisted that a power failure that shut down the country’s important Natanz uranium enrichment site, 250 miles south of Tehran, on April 11 was caused by a deliberately planned explosion. Iran has alleged – and it is widely believed – that Israel’s intelligence agency Mossad was behind the attack. This incident …

Read More »