At long last, there is a legitimate chance that peace might finally win out in a region racked by conflict and war. If only Democrats were willing to admit it.
Israel signed a pact with Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates on Tuesday, vowing to normalize relations between the three nations. This was the first time in more than 25 years that Arab nations have acknowledged, let alone signed an agreement with Israel, and President Trump deserves much of the credit. Which is why many in the media have tried to either downplay or ignore this deal’s significance.
Trump was able to help broker this deal because he broke with traditional diplomatic thinking and pursued a transactional route. All three nations were guaranteed economic opportunity and united opposition to Iran. This last point was particularly important, and Trump’s record on Iran (withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal, taking out terrorist-in-chief Qassem Soleimani) allowed each of these Middle