The Trade War Comes to the Middle East

For the last two years, Washington and its allies have sought to consolidate influence in the region. This bid for hegemony is coming up against a new force: Chinese capital.

On April 1, Israel and the United Arab Emirates announced a free trade agreement projected to reach $1 trillion in value within ten years. “This milestone deal will build on the historic Abraham Accords and cement one of the world’s most important and promising emerging trading relationships,” said UAE minister of foreign trade Thani bin […]

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