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Virtual Event | The Abraham Accords and the New Middle East

Virtual Event | The Abraham Accords and the New Middle East

Please be advised: This event will premiere on this page at 12:00 p.m. EDT, Wednesday, September 15. Register for the event here.

Join Hudson Institute Adjunct Fellow Josh Block for a panel discussion with Mohammed Baharoon, Malcolm Hoenlein and Ariel Kahana on the Abraham Accords and the rise of the new Middle East. The Abraham Accords between Israel and the UAE celebrate their first anniversary this week, and represent perhaps the most important development in the quest for Arab-Israeli peace in 25 years. How has the agreement changed the region? This event will and assess the impact and potential of the Abraham Accords to strengthen American allies in the region and shore up their mutual interests.

Speakers

Mohammed Baharoon

Co-founder and Director General of the Dubai Public Policy Research Center (b’huth)

Malcolm Hoenlein

Vice Chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations

Ariel Kahana

Senior Diplomatic Correspondent for Israel Hayom

Moderator

Josh Block

Adjunct Fellow, Hudson Institute

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