Posted on: September 16, 2020 Posted by: Mitchell Plitnick Comments: 0

In the latest episode of the ReThinking Foreign Policy podcast, I argue that the deals struck between Israel and the UAE and Bahrain this week in Washington not only are mislabeled as “peace agreements,” but are actually a recipe for greater conflict and hold no hope for real peace in the region. Next, I discuss a story published this weekend about a possible Iranian plot to kill a US ambassador in light of the loss of credibility the already dubious US intelligence “community” has suffered with a Trump toadie as Director of National Intelligence. Finally, I spend a few minutes on the sporting world, particularly on the shameful display last week in Kansas City where a bland “gesture of unity” by the players was booed by racist fans. Listen here.