Israel, Bahrain, and the UAE: Four Takeaways from the Peace Deals

Will peace in the Middle East finally arrive now that Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates have agreed to normalize relations with Israel?

The UAE and Bahrain have agreed to normalize relations with Israel. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet with the foreign ministers of the two countries in Washington, D.C. tomorrow to finalize the deal. While the question of the Palestinians remains, Bahrain and the UAE—and perhaps soon other Arab countries—may have found more common interests with Israel than ever before. Aaron David Miller gives his four takeaways from the latest news in the Middle East.

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About Aaron David Miller
Aaron David Miller is a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, focusing on U.S. foreign policy.

The Carnegie Endowment advances international peace by leveraging its global network to shape debates and provide decisionmakers with independent insights and innovative ideas on the most consequential global threats and opportunities.

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