The Israel-UAE and Israel-Bahrain peace deals represent much more than mere geopolitical developments. There is a deeper and higher resonance.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday declared "the dawn of a new Middle East" with the formal signing of the historic U.S.-brokered Abraham Accords, an effort at normalizing relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain—though it remains to be seen how far the Middle East peace deal will spread.
Seeing Israel firsthand can make a huge difference in helping some de-radicalize.
Will the Palestinian leadership follow the courageous lead of the UAE and Bahrain and finally make peace with Israel?
Passed by Congress 19 years ago, the post-9/11 Authorization for Use of Military Force, along with the 2002 AUMF, is still being used to justify wars that have not made us, or the world, safer.
The so-called "Palestinian veto" is dead.
Caving to those who believe a permanent U.S. military presence is intrinsically connected to regional stability would tie thousands of U.S. soldiers to an indefinite deployment in the Middle East.
It would be very foolish and shortsighted for the U.S. to cede Middle East influence to China.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, contra his critics, has emerged as an expert peacemaker.
Now is the perfect time to seize the moment and launch a new, forward-thinking movement.
The stakes of the 2020 election could not possibly be higher for America's national security.
The Trump administration's success in brokering an agreement between Israel and the UAE "has changed everyone's attitude," Kushner told Newsweek.
Any and all forms of Iranian appeasement must be taken off the table.
Europe must find its backbone and join the U.S. in holding Iran accountable.
The Israel-UAE peace agreement is a truly landmark breakthrough.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Turkey is not a U.S. ally.
This week's Democratic National Convention has been light on foreign policy, even though the careers of the grandee speakers have been partially defined by America's actions abroad.
To the world, he's a hardline opponent of peace, but the record proves that Israel's longest-serving prime minister is his country's most skillful and successful diplomat.
Kushner said the Middle East "was a total mess" when Trump took office and he's "ending wars," rebuilding alliances destroyed by past presidents.
There is no room to condemn the historic peace agreement between Israel and the UAE.
A word on the truly historic peace agreement between Israel and the UAE.
A Trump Doctrine has emerged.
Iran has repeatedly violated the flawed nuclear accord since the day it was announced.