The Israel-UAE agreement has many geopolitical dimensions. At the regional level, they address the common perception of Iran, Turkey and the Muslim Brotherhood as threats from the UAE and Israel. There is no doubt that Trump`s bitter re-election also motivated Israel and the United Arab Emirates to conclude the agreement. However, if we think about why the Trump administration has worked hard to pass the Abraham Accords, which even its Democratic opponents in Congress have praised, let`s not forget Washington`s efforts to strengthen the primacy of the Us in the region led, to consolidate its influence over two states that have served as close partners for many decades, and to counter an emerging China in the region. Among these developments is cooperation between Israel and the United Arab Emirates in the field of higher education. Your agreement aims to discredit the reflex accusation that the agreements are aimed only at confronting a mutual geopolitical threat: Iran. The Abraham Agreement was a joint declaration between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and the United States, which was adopted on August 13, 2020. [1] Subsequently, it was also used to refer collectively to the agreements between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (the standardization agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates) and Bahrain (the Bahrain-Israel Standardization Agreement). [2] According to a report by the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), transgressions against Palestinians in the West Bank since the September agreement have only increased. Israel and two Gulf Arab states, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, have engaged in formal and public diplomatic relations. The White House calls the agreements «The Abraham Accords,» and President Donald Trump has typically announced that there will be «peace in the Middle East.» (Spoiler alarm: no) The U.A.E. and Bahrain are the third and fourth Arab countries to establish diplomatic relations with Israel; Egypt and Jordan were the first two.

Here is a brief preliminary analysis of the winners and losers in this new agreement. (I say «temporarily,» because it`s the Middle East, and no one really knows what it could mean.) [1] The full text of the Abaraham Agreements and the agreements between Israel and the United Arab Emirates/Bahrain are available in CNN, September 16, 2020, www.cnn.com/2020/09/15/politics/israel-uae-abraham-accords-documents/index.html. You can now travel to Dubai and Abu Dhabi (and perhaps soon to Morocco and Sudan and Oman). This agreement could partly remove the overwhelming sense of isolation that Israelis feel in their own neighbourhood. These agreements concluded before this treaty enters into force will enter into force as soon as this treaty enters into force, unless otherwise stated. The principles of cooperation agreed in certain areas are attached to this treaty and are an integral part of this treaty. The agreement signed tuesday by Israel, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates on the southern lawn of the White House – an agreement known as the Abraham Agreement – is not remotely a Nobel-prized peace treaty, as President Donald Trump has touted.