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Will the Biden Administration Undermine the Abraham Accords?

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From Epoch Times:
Commentary Based on words and deeds, the emergent Iran policy of President Joe Biden’s administration is either structurally incoherent, another blatant example of mixed messaging by intellectual mediocrities or, worse yet, both. Whether alone or both, the structurally incoherent condition is dangerous. Whatever the case, the administration must quickly decide if it wants to advance sensible policies that will secure Middle East peace or, in lieu of that obvious wisdom, choose to promote murderous geopolitical fantasy theories hawked by left-wing academia and authoritarian leftist media. Administration officials have praised the Trump administration’s Abraham Accords: the Nobel Peace Prize-worthy agreement normalizing diplomatic relations between Israel and key Arab states. However, foolish faculty club “yes, buts” qualify the Bidenist praise. Hard fact: Biden administration actions and statements favoring revival of the so-called Iran nuclear deal encourage the Middle East’s most malign regime, Iran’s ayatollah dictatorship. “Criminal” is a better description than “malign,” …
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