Category: Saudi Arabia

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Medea Benjamin: In Trump’s World Where Money Talks, Saudi Arabia Gets a Free Pass

Protecting Saudi Arabia is not new; it has been US policy since the discovery of oil in the desert nation in the 1930s

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Patrick Cockburn: Saudi Arabia’s dream of becoming the dominant Arab and Muslim power in the world has gone down in flames

Saudi Arabia’s military pressure on Assad served only to make him seek more help from Russia, precipitating intervention which the US was not prepared to oppose

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Patrick Cockburn: US allies Saudi Arabia and Qatar are funding Isis

There is a bizarre discontinuity between what the Obama administration knew about the jihadis and what they would say in public

Sarah Aziza: Saudi women push for full rights, demand end to guardianship system

In Saudi Arabia, a country many view as synonymous with gender discrimination, women are seeing signs of change

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Patrick Cockburn: Saudi Arabia is showing signs of financial strain as its relationship with the US sours

Workers in the Saudi desert are not only no longer receiving wages, supplies of food and electricity have also been cut

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Medea Benjamin: Why Is the US Aligned With Saudi Arabia?

Saudi’s intervention in Yemen is an extension of this hatred of Iran. The Saudis are worried that the Houthis, who rose up in Yemen, are close to Iran

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Robert Fisk: Saudi Arabia cannot pay its workers or bills – yet continues to fund a war in Yemen

The kingdom’s cash is not flowing so smoothly for the tens of thousands of sub-continental expatriates sweating away on his great building sites

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Medea Benjamin: Hillary Clinton, the Podesta Group and the Saudi Regime: A Fatal Menage a Trois

If Hillary Clinton wants to be a meaningful symbol for human rights and women’s empowerment, her campaign must live up to the values she claims to represent

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Glenn Greenwald: The Olympics May Be Over, But the Anger, Disillusionment Among Brazilians Remains High

The Olympics have wrapped up in Rio, leaving Brazilians with a massive debt from the Games and an ongoing financial crisis. For more on the current situation, we speak with Glenn Greenwald, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and co-founder of The Intercept. He has recently helped launch a new Intercept bureau in Brazil. AMY GOODMAN: This is Read more…

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Medea Benjamin: U.S. Weapons Sales Are Drenched in Yemeni Blood

Saudi Arabia is using billions in U.S. aid to fund their onslaught of innocent civilians in Yemen, but it’s not too late for Congress to stop this madness

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