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Op-Ed: UAE-Bahrain deals with Israel offer chance at a ‘warm peace,’ economic growth and a moderate Mideast alliance

Le Sep 20, 2020
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The "warm peace" could be less about ending hostility and more about sharing technology, generating investment, closing business deals and exchanging intelligence to more effectively counter threats from Iran and other potential spoilers.

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Op-Ed: UAE-Bahrain deals with Israel offer a chance at peace, economic growth and an alliance of moderates https://t.co/bZgGvYNxV9
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Op-Ed: UAE-Bahrain deals with Israel offer chance at a ‘warm peace,’ economic growth and a moderate Mideast alliance

Op-Ed: UAE-Bahrain deals with Israel offer chance at a ‘warm peace,’ economic growth and a moderate Mideast alliance

The "warm peace" could be less about ending hostility and more about sharing technology, generating investment, closing business deals and exchanging intelligence to more effectively ...

EXCLUSIVE: Mohammed bin Salman pulls out of planned meeting in Washington with Netanyahu

EXCLUSIVE: Mohammed bin Salman pulls out of planned meeting in Washington with Netanyahu

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