Abraham Accords Initiative
Read how the Hamas-Israel conflict will impact the Abraham Accords and the effort to normalize relations between Israel and the Arab and Muslim worlds.
In September 2020, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain agreed to normalize relations with Israel, later joined by Morocco and Sudan. Since the signing of the Abraham Accords, the signatory countries have moved forward with efforts to deepen economic relations, exchanging business delegations and formalizing economic agreements.
The Wilson Center’s Abraham Accords Initiative hones in on the challenges and opportunities of cooperation between the Arab countries and Israel. The Initiative convenes officials from the signatory countries and U.S. government, regional and issue experts, and voices from the private sector to better understand the geopolitical and socioeconomic implications for the region and beyond.
Agents of Change Youth Fellowship
Recognizing the significance of the MENA region when it comes to climate response and the potential for youth leadership in the region to shape a more sustainable, peaceful, and prosperous future for the world, the Wilson Center has launched the Agents of Change Youth Fellowship. This fellowship is being launched with support from the UAE Embassy in Washington, D.C.LEARN MORE