Category: Saudi Arabia

Conn Hallinan: Yemen Re-Draws Middle East Alliances

Yemen War: Redrawing The Fault lines

Pervez Hoodbhoy: Saudi Arabia – Facing A Serf Revolt

Anxious to please Israel, and keep reaping the 50-year old oil bonanza, the United States and Europe have closed their eyes to Saudi crimes

Paul Street: The U.S., Iran, and the Saudi Bombing of Yemen

The absurdities of Washington’s Yemen policy are striking

Gareth Porter: Houthi arms bonanza came from Saleh, not Iran

The slack-jawed media approach to the story has produced the usual fog of misinformation and confusion

Pervez Hoodbhoy: Hooray for the Iran-US Deal – but watch out for Israeli-Saudi sabotage

There is gloom in the capitals of Washington’s two closest allies – Israel and Saudi Arabia

Solaiman M. Fazel: The War in Yemen is Political, Ecological: Forget Sunnis and Shiites

If Yemen is to achieve water and political security, the country has to overcome the deep historical grievances and implement a viable power sharing model

Vijay Prashad: The Sultans of Arabia intervene in Yemen’s domestic conflict

With Yemen in danger of entering a new order outside Riyad’s control, Saudi Arabia had to act. All talk of Iranian proxies and Shia-Sunni divides obscures Yemen’s real conflict.

Patrick Cockburn: Saudi Arabia’s airstrikes in Yemen are fuelling the Gulf’s fire

Foreign states that go to war in Yemen usually come to regret it

Paul Street: Oil, Empire, and False Paradox

Washington’s Contrasting Responses to the Deaths of King Abdullah and Hugo Chavez

David Swanson: The Key That Is the Saudi Kingdom

War is not something the U.S. government is forced into, but something it chooses

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