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New publication added to our Occasional Papers Series by Dr. Jonathan Ghariani


A Diplomatic History of Israel’s Relations with Oman: From Clandestine Ties to the Abraham Accords
- Dr. Jonathan Ghariani


"In contrast to the Arab League policy of not negotiating with Israel, Oman (bordering Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Yemen) established clandestine ties with the Jewish state in the 1970s in order to obtain military assistance against the Dhofar Marxist rebellion. A few years later, the country went against the Arab consensus when it became one of only two Arab countries to support the Israel-Egypt peace treaty and maintain diplomatic relations with Cairo."...

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