The Washington Institute’s executive director reflects on the feasibility of the Biden administration’s current diplomatic plans in the region, based in part on what local officials said during his recent group trip to Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Israel, and the PA.
Feb 23, 2024◆
- Robert Satloff
Even if an incursion into Rafah occurs without sparking a clash between Israeli and Egyptian forces, Israel will be facing two key challenges in its relationship with Egypt: the eventual status of the Philadelphi corridor and the rapid rise of support for Hamas inside Egypt itself.
Feb 23, 2024◆
- Mohamed Farid
- Mohamed Maher
The United States, in recognizing the limits of its traditional “bloc-building” approach, faces the imperative to adapt to a multipolar reality. Embracing multipolarity as a fundamental principle of its foreign policy could pave the way for more flexible and effective international engagements.
Feb 20, 2024◆
- Ghazi Ben Ahmed
By outlining a strategy for the Mutually Beneficial Joint Development and Monetization of Gas Fields and Energy Resources in the north of Iraq, in partnership with the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, a vision regarding reconciliation and a constructive settlement of differences between the Kurdistan Regional Government and the Federal Government of Iraq in relation to the management of energy resources in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq can emerge.
Feb 16, 2024◆
- Muhammed Abed Mazeel al-Aboudi