Arab-Jewish Relations

Israel-GCC Relations: What is the Price of ‘Regional Peace’?



29.03.2020   |  Katie Wachsberger


In light of shared concerns regarding Iran’s growing influence in the region, as well as the threat of radical Islam, Israel has fostered discreet diplomatic and economic relations with several Arab nations in the Gulf. These budding ties have begun to facilitate collaboration in various realms, including cooperation on security measures that often disregard citizen freedoms and human rights.

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