UAE/ISRAEL: Not the beginning of the end, but the end of the beginning


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This week’s UAE-Israeli rapprochement creates more uncertainties than have been publicly acknowledged. It quickly stabilizes the Israeli government, while creating significant risks and opportunities for the UAE. The agreement that was announced with great fanfare is somewhat less than it has been advertised to be. It neither establishes ties between Israel and the UAE nor precludes Israeli annexation of the West Bank. Rather, it promises direct negotiations on the former and no immediate action on the latter. For Prime Minister Netanyahu, this diplomatic coup is also a political t
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