The Economic Impact of the Abraham Accords After One Year: Passions vs. Interests

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Maital Shlomo, Barzani Ella. The Economic Impact of the Abraham Accords After One Year: Passions vs. Interests Haifa Israel: Samuel Neaman Institute, 2021. https://www.neaman.org.il/EN/The-Economic-Impact-of-the-Abraham-Accords-After-One-Year

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This brief essay summarizes research on the economic benefits of the Abraham Accords, flowing to the five nations involved: Israel, Morocco, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Sudan. Israel is seen so far as reaping the largest share.

The agreement with the United Arab Emirates is by far the most significant, for the two nations. The Abraham Accords are a modest ‘proof of concept’ that even in the Mideast, where passions are inflamed, interests can on rare occasions gain the upper hand.

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