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The Regional Stakes of Soured Israeli-Jordanian Relations

The quarter-century mark of the Israeli-Jordanian peace treaty has passed with little fanfare, as key constituencies in both countries question its core premises.

The Trump administration’s policies and peace plan sharpen doubts.

  • Ofer Zalzberg
  • ICG

Reviving the 1994 deal’s spirit is important for Israel, Jordan and the region.

Relations between Israel and Jordan have reached their lowest point since the two countries signed a peace treaty a quarter-century ago in 1994.

At that time, and for some years thereafter, the two countries’ leaders, Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and…

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