Tag Archives: Saudi Arabia

The Yemen War in Charts

A collection of charts, maps and graphs explaining the Yemen war.

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Is the US Finally Seeing Saudi Arabia for What It Is?

U.S. Senate resolution potentially changes Middle East dynamics.

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Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed at the G-20 Summit

The Khashoggi murder crisis continues to ripple globally, far beyond U.S. domestic politics.

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Asia and the Overrated Gulf Countries

The Khashoggi crisis highlights why investment in Asia is more productive than in the Middle East.

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The Khashoggi Murder: How Saudi Arabia Tries to Extricate Itself

To counter possible U.S. pressure, the kingdom is trying to diversify its arms suppliers and bolster domestic support for crown prince Mohammed bin Salman.

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The Saudi Butchery in Yemen and the World’s Apathy

It is time for Muslims to stop killing each other. The only way out of the Yemen morass is reconciliation and peaceful coexistence.

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The Khashoggi Murder and Erdogan’s Naked Truth

Erdogan is a pragmatist, and will likely be looking to maximize both diplomatic and monetary rewards for the evidence he possesses, real or presumed.

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The Need for a U.S. Policy Pivot Towards Iran

How the United States can once again become a Middle East power broker

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The Urgent Need to Reshape America’s Middle East Policy

Saudi Arabia is the Western world’s greatest security threat.

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Spineless: The Real Meaning of Smoothing-Over Khashoggi’s Murder

A gruesome murder bares world powers’ flawed policies.

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