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First thoughts on the Israel-UAE peace deal

The normalising of relations between Israel and the UAE may pave the way for similar agreements with the other Gulf countries, notably Saudi Arabia. The move might help to foster economic relations between the two countries, although the experience from other parts of the region would suggest that might be optimistic. Perhaps the biggest implication is that it further increases the risk of conflict with Iran.

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