Tag Archives: Middle East peace

The ‘Abraham Accord’

Though consequences are not yet fully clear the recently concluded Abraham Accord does not bode well for the Palestinians. Arab solidarity, always on shaky ground, has taken another hit. Also, it has started debate in Pakistan on the recognition of the Jewish state.

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View from Europe: Washington’s Illusory Plan for Israel-Palestine

The United States is set to propose an economic plan for Israel-Palestine, spearheaded by Jared Kushner, on 25 and 26 June in Bahrain, where Gulf Arab states will discuss the troubled Palestinian economy.

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Middle East’s Road to Peace, or Else

The Middle East has long been honored as the cradle of civilization. It has faced almost incessant blood feuds and conflicts throughout history. The longest standing international conflict of the post-World War II era, i.e., the dispute between Arabs and Israelis over Palestine has been a source of trouble not only for the entire region, but occasionally to the world …

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