Category: Saudi Arabia

Andrew J. Bacevich: Our Man in Riyadh

Abizaid of Arabia

Juan Cole: Trump stops UN Yemen Ceasefire

The Trump administration has turned against a UN Security Council resolution calling for a Yemen ceasefire and is now blocking it

Juan Cole: How Trump put America Last with Whitewash of Saudi Prince

Trump putt his own personal predilections and policies, and perhaps profit, above the interests of the United States

Glenn Greenwald: Trump’s Amoral Saudi Statement

A Pure Expression of Decades-Old “U.S. Values” and Foreign Policy Orthodoxies

Kathy Kelly: Condemning Saudi Cruelty in Yemen

Interview on a campaign to end U.S. military and economic warfare

Robert Fisk: The Global Economy and Political Murder

Why Trudeau Won’t Stop Arms Sales to Saudis

Mark Weisbrot: Stop supplying bombing of Yemen

Congress can stop these horrific crimes, because the Saudi and UAE bombers are dependent on mid-air refueling from U.S. planes. The U.S. also provides assistance with targeting and intelligence and logistics.

Sarah Aziza: Khashoggi’s Murder Is About Repression of Free Speech

Jamal Khashoggi believed the right to free speech was a necessity — both as a human right and a key to a better future for his country

John Feffer: Assassins Without Borders

Saudi Arabia’s apparent assassination of Jamal Khashoggi might have taken inspiration from Russia and North Korea — or Israel and the United States

Marjorie Cohn: Khashoggi’s Murder and Saudi War Crimes in Yemen Were Facilitated by US

The alleged torture, dismemberment and killing of Saudi citizen and US permanent resident Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi embassy in Istanbul has triggered justifiable outrage throughout the United States and around the world. But amid the outcry over Khashoggi’s death, many media and public figures still fail to acknowledge the war crimes Saudi Arabia is committing in Read more…

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