“Potential Impact” – Saudi Diplomacy’s Role in Shaping the Middle  East, Insights from Israeli Journalist at WEF

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LONDON: In a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum in London, experts and government officials examined the potential impact of strategic deals, including those involving Saudi Arabia, on the Middle East. The Gaza conflict, Iran, Hezbollah, the Houthis, and potential Saudi-Israel normalization were key topics. Jane Harman emphasized the need for a two-state pathway to manage the Gaza conflict, with Mahmoud Sariolghalam stating that no Arab country would accept Iranian dominance. Barak Ravid suggested that Saudi-Iranian convergence could open a path to peace, and despite regional conflicts, economic progress in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries is anticipated in 2024. Ravid warned of a potential Hezbollah-Israel war, and Sariolghalam highlighted Iran’s delicate balancing act with its militias. Despite prospects for Saudi-Israel normalization, Ravid cautioned that Tel Aviv’s momentum is moving toward a one-state reality in the West Bank that may not be a sustainable solution for Palestinians

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