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Analysis: Israel's latest assault on Gaza provoked a wave of condemnation, with Jordanians calling on their government to revoke the 1994 peace treaty and cancel planned economic agreements.
Analysis: With the development of new capabilities, undersea warfare opens up new frontiers in the ongoing rivalry between Israel, Hezbollah, and Hamas, with consequences that could reverberate globally.
Analysis: Despite rumours and grave economic problems, support for Palestine runs deep in Tunisian society, with Kais Saied seeing any benefits to normalisation vastly outweighed by the costs.
Analysis: Already walking a tightrope around the Ukraine war, Israel is now scrambling to remedy its relations with Moscow after the Kremlin announced it would ban the Jewish Agency's operations in Russia.
Analysis: Hezbollah has made the dispute a key priority, but future progress is now largely dependent on volatile domestic politics in both Lebanon and Israel.
The Met police has been asked to investigate Britons joining the Israeli army and potentially committing war crimes, but Richard Sudan explains that we shouldn't hold our breath given the UK’s history of double standards when it comes to Israel.
Analysis: With an explicit rejection of the region's normalisation trend, the new Iraqi law criminalising relations with Israel could have widespread consequences for civil rights, business, and domestic and regional affairs.
Analysis: A source of tension between Egypt and Saudi Arabia for decades, Riyadh's control of the islands will boost its strategic influence in the Red Sea and bolster the Kingdom's tourism potential.
Analysis: As part of a regional trend, normalising ties with Tel Aviv would sit well with Washington, but there would be lots of costs for Riyadh without many benefits.