Ambassador Dennis Ross: Why the Middle East Matters
A significant change in the fundamental dynamics that shape the Middle East may have recently taken place, marked by the recent Israel-UAE “Abraham Accord” that formalizes what was a pre-existing relationship between those two unlikely allies.
In this episode of Deciding Factors, Ambassador Dennis Ross, Counselor and William Davidson Distinguished Fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, discusses the impact of the Abraham Accord and why the stability of the Middle East remains important even amid the myriad global crises we now face.
ABOUT AMBASSADOR DENNIS ROSS: Ambassador Dennis Ross, Counselor and William Davidson Distinguished Fellow at The Washington Institute for Near East Policy and Distinguished Professor of the Practice of Diplomacy at Georgetown University. Ambassador Ross is one of America’s foremost foreign policy experts on the Middle East. He has served several US administrations as a senior diplomat and advisor on the Middle East and broader international security.