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The Abraham Accords Two Years On: Building Peace, Looming Threats
The signing ceremony of the Abraham Accords on the South Lawn of the White House on September 15, 2020, in Washington, DC. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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The Abraham Accords Two Years On: Building Peace, Looming Threats

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Two years have passed since the historic signing ceremony of the Abraham Accords at the White House. During that time, the signatories have broadened and deepened their relationships as they seek new partners for peace across the Middle East and North Africa. Meanwhile, an increasingly aggressive Iran has cast its shadow over the region, menacing its neighbors with missile fire and terrorist attacks and taking increasingly flagrant steps toward nuclear weapons. So far, the United States has sent mixed messages, expressing its support for peace and shared defense while pursuing a return to the nuclear deal that would enrich and embolden Iran.

Please join Hudson Institute for a discussion where panelists will review some of the achievements of the last two years, share their thoughts on what opportunities and dangers the next two might hold, and offer policy recommendations.

Moderator

Jonathan Schachter

Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute

Speakers

Robert Greenway

Adjunct Fellow, Hudson Institute

Ambassador Mark Regev

Chairman, Abba Eban Institute for International Diplomacy

Dr. Yossi Mann

Head of the Israel and the Arab Gulf Program, Abba Eban Institute for International Diplomacy

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