Uae And Bahrain Agreement

4. By opening the door to new arms sales and political alliances, these agreements continue to militarize the Middle East. The „Treaty of Peace, Diplomatic Relations and Full Normalization between the United Arab Emirates and the State of Israel,“ signed at the White House on September 15, will enter into force as soon as the Abu Dhabi government ratifies the agreement. It is expected to do so by Order-in-Council. There are other pitfalls. There is no timetable for the conclusion of further concrete agreements on the different types of cooperation that have been announced. This could not only tarnish the process of implementing normalization, but also give food to the „no“,“ in order to eject their camouflage. These agreements are the first such agreements between Israel and an Arab state since 1994, when the Jewish state established diplomatic relations with Jordan. They are also another step towards forming a de facto alliance between Israel and the Sunni Arab monarchies in the Gulf against their common enemy, Shiite Iran.

Putting pressure on Iran was one of the central goals of Trump`s foreign policy, and Trump officials worked to build a common regional front against Tehran, in which Saudi Arabia played an important role. For the Palestinians, these agreements bring no change — and the oppression and violence with which they live under Israel`s occupation will continue. Moreover, these agreements undermine the Arab peace initiative, seen by many Palestinians as a change in the minimum requirements for the implementation of a negotiated two-state agreement. However, as the agreements contain several of Israel`s obligations, Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit had to be ratified. The link between the UAE, Bahrain and Israel strengthens the anti-Iraqi alliance in the region in a way that should reach all those interested in long-term regional stability. ==The sale of F-35s to the United Arab Emirates is also expected to be of concern. The F-35 is a first-shot weapon that is particularly suitable for use in a possible conflict with Iran. While there is no sign of a likely military escalation in the near future, these agreements reinforce polarization in a way that could escalate existing regional and international tensions.

3. These agreements undermine efforts to end the war in Yemen. The tense relations of the United States and Israel with Iran are well known. In recent years, US sanctions against Iran and Israeli military actions against Iranian targets have increased the risk of open conflict. At the same time, there are also growing regional divisions between Iran and its allies, on the one hand, and Saudi Arabia and its allies (including the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain) on the other. The recent Saudi announcement to allow Israel to use its airspace under the UAE agreement marks Saudi Arabia`s tacit agreement to these changes. The normalization agreement between Bahrain and Israel[1] is officially Abraham Accords: Declaration of Peace, Cooperation, and Constructive Diplomatic and Friendly Relations[2], an agreement aimed at normalizing diplomatic and other relations between Bahrain and Israel. The agreement was reached by President Donald Trump on September 11 It was officially signed on September 15, 2020 at the White House in Washington, D.C.C,[5] and officially made Bahrain the fourth Arab state to recognize Israel, on September 15, 2020, and, second, within a month. [6] [7] [a] The „peace agreements“ do not bring us closer to the end of these conflicts. . .

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