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The Council for a Secure America (“CSA”),
was founded on the premise that American energy independence through the production of liquid fuels served as the underpinning for U.S. security. This energy independence, and the strategic alliance with Israel, strengthen America’s mutual security and global standing.

As America has successfully achieved energy independence, CSA will expand its efforts to champion the ideals of the Abraham Accords and its critical impact on geopolitical security and synergizing global trade..

CSA will advance these partnerships and is committed to bringing a multi-faceted awareness to the complex and evolving challenges and opportunities that have emerged from the Accords.

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Egyptian FM: Abraham Accords good for peace

Speaking about Egypt’s role, Shoukry said that his country has tried to fill that gap through collaborations with the US and the EU.See the full Press Release HERE ...
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Secretary Pompeo joins the CSA Advisory Board

The Council for a Secure America and its Co-Chairs, Harold Hamm, founder of Continental Resources Inc. and Fred Zeidman, Chairman Emeritus of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, are delighted to announce the appointment of former Secretary of State and Director ...
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Sudan coup puts Israel ties on backburner, but unlikely to derail normalization

Military leaders who pushed ties with Jerusalem are now in control. But with bigger issues to deal with, the already torpid normalization process is expected to slow even further.Read full article here ...
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House approves $1 billion for the Iron Dome as Democrats feud over Israel

WASHINGTON — The House on Thursday overwhelmingly approved $1 billion in new funding for Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system, after a debate that exposed bitter divisions among Democrats over U.S. policy toward one of its closest allies.Read full article ...
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Israel’s Delek finalises sale of Tamar gas stake to Abu Dhabi’s Mubadala Reuters

ERUSALEM, Sept 2 (Reuters) - Delek Drilling (DEDRp.TA) has finalized a deal to sell its 22% stake in the east Mediterranean Tamar gas field to Abu Dhabi's Mubadala Petroleum for about $1 billion, the Israeli company said on Thursday. Delek ...
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