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Abraham Accords: The Future Prospects

As the Transatlantic Policy Quarterly, we understand the existing situation in the Middle East, and we desire to influence higher bureaucrats to academics to the masses in order to share the strategic importance of the Abraham Accords.

Abraham Accords, as a new treaty that pledge hope to the whole wide world, has been underestimated by many and could not find the chance of discussed its importance properly. At the dawn of a new regional unity, we deeply support the importance and effectiveness of this topic must be discussed by people who knew very well the region and its diplomacy so the outcome of this topic must spread around the relevant periphery. 

On 30 November 2022, Transatlantic Policy Quarterly (TPQ), in collaboration with the Israel Consulate General of Istanbul, organized a panel discussion on “Abraham Accords: Future Prospects”. The event was very conducive and delightful. The discussion included the dawn of Israel-Arab relations, the future of middle east security issues, Israeli-Palestinian conflict. In the event, the U.S., Israeli, and Turkey’s approaches to the region and Mahsa Amini protests were discussed.

Opening Remarks:  

Pınar Akıntürk- Administrative Advisor, Turkish Policy Quarterly (TPQ)


Evrim Görmüş- Associate Professor at MEF University.


Ehud Eitam- Acting Consul General of Israel in İstanbul

James F. Jeffrey- Former U.S. Ambassador to Tu¨rkiye & Iraq

Soli Özel- Author/ Lecturer at Kadir Has University

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