Netanyahu Has Drawn a Saudi-U.S. Road Map


CIC Senior Fellow James Traub writes a new op-ed looking at Israel prime minister Netanyahu’s new term in office and the impact of the Abraham Accords on the region and international politics.

Yet the regional experts I have talked to in recent weeks all agree that the one thing Netanyahu cares about—besides staying in power and not getting thrown in jail over bribery and corruption charges—is bringing Israel’s isolation in the Middle East to an end by recruiting Saudi Arabia into the Abraham Accords, the normalization agreement Israel signed with the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Morocco, and Sudan.

Read James’ op-ed in Foreign Policy Magazine

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