Few people fully appreciate the game-changing impact of the recent normalization of relations between Israel and the Gulf States of Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates. Few Middle East observers believed they would witness a moment of such promise in their lifetime. It not only acknowledges the existence of Israel, but it removes Palestine from an almost mythical role in the Arab consciousness. What are the implications? Who will benefit? And who will suffer? We’ll show you.
- Reconsidering the Social Responsibility of Businesses
- The Creative Society: Lessons from Operation Warp Speed