It has been more than two years since the Abraham Accords normalized relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, Morocco, and Sudan. A quick assessment of the current situation shows that many things are going well. This is particularly the case between Israel and the UAE—the first two countries that came to the table in August 2020—who have gone from zero to more than $2 billion in bilateral trade during the first two years. Additionally, approximately five hundred thousand Israelis have visited the UAE and there have been countless memorandums of understandings, agreements, and high-level engagements up to the presidential level.
However, to have a sustained and enduring peace in the region after the signing of the Abraham Accords, women must also be equally included and reflected in policy-making, decision-making, and programming.
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