The world is turning.
In just two decades, the Jewish state has become the dominant and wealthiest country in the world, while the Palestinians and the Arab world have become increasingly fragmented and increasingly hostile.
As the Middle East grapples with the aftermath of a decade of conflict, it is imperative that we recognize that change is unfolding as it has in the past and that its impacts are already being felt.
The region is undergoing an epic transformation.
While many commentators and analysts will argue that Israel is the key driver behind this, in reality the driving force is the United States, the largest country on Earth.
As Israel became the world’s largest exporter of goods and services in the early 1990s, the United Kingdom was emerging as a dominant force.
While the US was also a major global economic player, it was Israel that made it happen.
It was Israel’s massive presence in the United Nations and the World Bank that allowed the United Nation to become a global player.
As a result, Israel was able to maintain its dominance over the UN and the global economy.
But Israel has also been the driving driver behind the development of a number of other states, including Iran, Pakistan, Egypt, Syria, Sudan, Nigeria, Libya, the Gulf states, and Russia.
These states are all interconnected and are competing to become the new global powerhouses.
They are not only challenging Israel, they are also challenging Israel’s friends in the region, such as China, the European Union, and the United Arab Emirates.
The United States and its allies have been increasingly focused on its regional role.
In addition to the United Sates own strategic interest in the Middle Eastern region, its presence is seen as crucial to the continued existence of the global financial system and the economic stability of the US economy.
However, despite this global focus, the US has also taken a different approach to the Middle-East.
It has been very reluctant to engage in the regional conflict, at least as far as Israel is concerned.
As an ally of Israel, the USA has often acted as a mediator between the Arab states and Israel over the Palestinians.
The US and Israel also have an interest in maintaining a diplomatic distance between Israel and the rest of the Middle West.
The relationship between Israel’s government and the Palestinians has been a source of tension for decades.
This is a fact that the Israelis have repeatedly emphasized during their negotiations with the Palestinians, and which has often caused Israel to suffer the consequences.
This has resulted in the Palestinians being treated as second-class citizens in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
While this has been an important source of friction, the fact that Israel has been unable to negotiate in good faith with the Palestinian leadership has also resulted in tensions between Israel, Washington, and other Arab states.
The conflict has also caused Israel great damage to its image as a country of peace and harmony.
The current Israeli government has made many efforts to resolve this conflict.
In a move that has been criticized by many, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has repeatedly tried to reach out to the Palestinians to build a new relationship between them and the state of Israel.
While there are certainly some positives to these efforts, the reality is that it has not gone as planned.
The Palestinian leadership is deeply unhappy with the approach and has publicly criticized the government for failing to reach a new solution to the conflict.
Israel has tried to build trust and confidence in the Palestinian leaders, and has shown little interest in continuing to work with the PA to achieve this goal.
Despite these challenges, the current Israeli leadership has made progress toward a better solution to this conflict, and this has led to a positive and even constructive relationship with the PLO, which is the political umbrella organization of the Palestinian Authority.
In the past, the PL OAS has been seen as the most important ally of the Israeli government in the West Bank.
The PA is seen by the Israeli leadership as the main obstacle to achieving a peace agreement between Israel-Palestine.
The PL OAs relationship with Israel is a matter of longstanding concern, and it is also important to note that the PLOs leaders are now aware that they are in an extremely difficult position vis-à-vis the Israeli regime.
The fact that they have recently realized that the only way to resolve the conflict is through a peace deal with Israel has opened a new avenue for negotiations.
In light of these developments, it seems that the current situation has significantly changed in the last two years.
Israel and Palestine have been able to establish a working relationship and have agreed on a number new initiatives, which are all intended to create the conditions for the establishment of a Palestinian state.
The main areas that the two sides have agreed upon are: the establishment and security of an independent Palestinian state; the creation of a permanent, demilitarized, and secure border between Israel (including the West Wall and East Jerusalem); the establishment, operation, and maintenance of the Jordan Valley; the establishment for Israeli settlements on occupied Palestinian land; and