Ending the Yemeni Civil War Could Shift the Power Balance in the Middle East

By Rebecca Roth The US is partially responsible for the duration of the civil war in Yemen. But that does not mean that America can suddenly withdraw and pretend that its objectives have been achieved. The civil war has destabilized the region and the country and is responsible for a large humanitarian crisis. The war is no longer being fought by only two sides. Rather, … Continue reading Ending the Yemeni Civil War Could Shift the Power Balance in the Middle East

Israel Gains from a New Dialogue in the Middle East

By Rebecca Roth Just over two months ago, the United Arab Emirates agreed to normalize relations with Israel. Bahrain followed suit shortly thereafter. Analyzing the accords, it is clear that Israel is the winner of the deals. The Abraham Accords, named after the Patriarch Abraham—who is the father of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism—differs from the peace deals signed by Israel with Egypt and Jordan. Those … Continue reading Israel Gains from a New Dialogue in the Middle East