Category: Saudi Arabia
The slack-jawed media approach to the story has produced the usual fog of misinformation and confusion
There is gloom in the capitals of Washington’s two closest allies – Israel and Saudi Arabia
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
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.
Foreign states that go to war in Yemen usually come to regret it
Washington’s Contrasting Responses to the Deaths of King Abdullah and Hugo Chavez
War is not something the U.S. government is forced into, but something it chooses
One of the most repressive societies on earth may well be living on borrowed time
Compare and contrast
Raif Badawi was sentenced by a Saudi court to 1,000 floggings, as well as ten years in prison and a fine of $266,000. Badawi’s crime? Blogging.