. Dr. Josh Krasna discusses the state of Israeli-Jordanian relations, the future of the peace treaty, and the role of the Trump administration.
‘Erratic’ or ‘Strategic Clarity’: What to make of Trump’s Middle East legacy?
Prof. Efraim Inbar: Trump and Kushner contributed to strategic clarity. The faulty JCPOA was dropped and diplomacy was used to bring the Gulf states, Sudan and Morocco closer to Israel.
With Iran nuclear deal likely, Israel puts all options back on the table
General Amidror of JISS: In a situation where the US returns to the old nuclear agreement with Iran, Israel will have no choice but to act military against Iran to prevent it from manufacturing a nuclear weapon.
Biden's Policies Toward Israel Starkly Different From Trump's, Experts Say
Prof. Efraim Inbar: Biden is a close friend of Israel. His presence in the White House is an opportunity to rehabilitate relations with the Democratic Party.