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Biden’s Dithering in the Middle East Is Forcing Old Enemies to Mend Broken Bridges
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Biden’s Dithering in the Middle East Is Forcing Old Enemies to Mend Broken Bridges
December 29, 2021

In recent weeks, Arab countries, as well as Iran and Turkey have all been working out how they can move forward and get along with each other, all due to “sleepy Joe” Biden being asleep at the wheel. Where’s all this heading?

Khashoggi Murder Starts to Get Its First Real Whitewash. But From the West, not From the Saudis
December 12, 2021

The truth about Khashoggi, was in fact a million miles from what the Post’s Opinion section crafted in a baptism of sensational storytelling.

Khashoggi Murder Starts to Get Its First Real Whitewash. But From the West, not From the Saudis
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The Kingdom’s Tough Choices: Between MbS and a Hard Place
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The Kingdom’s Tough Choices: Between MbS and a Hard Place
November 7, 2021

If Saudi Arabia does not choose between sweeping internal reforms or an ambitious external agenda, its ruling dynasty may be in peril. Riyadh’s dwindling resources cannot sustain both.

Is Peace Breaking Out in the Middle East? Should We Thank MBS?
May 10, 2021

The Biden effect is shaking up the Middle East and forcing foes to talk to one another. But where it’s all heading is even more exciting for Saudi Arabia and Iran.

Is Peace Breaking Out in the Middle East? Should We Thank MBS?
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America Condemns Putin & Xi but Supports Gangsters
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America Condemns Putin & Xi but Supports Gangsters
February 26, 2021

If U.S. weapons are to be sold to a foreign country, then it’s an ‘ally’ and there is no investigation into any of that leader’s crimes. But if the weapons are to be used against a country, then whatever the person does is condemned-in-advance.

The Decapitation Effect
April 16, 2020

In Brasilia, as in Washington and London we see welcome signs of reality belatedly breaking in to shatter the old fantasies. The political leadership of the world is being transformed.

The Decapitation Effect
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Will Quiet Middle East Last? Or Is It Lull Before Next Storm?
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Will Quiet Middle East Last? Or Is It Lull Before Next Storm?
April 14, 2020

No time is more dangerous than when things get too quiet in a dangerous neighborhood, writes Martin Sieff.

The Battle for the Saudi Royal Crown
March 16, 2020

The political consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic are already vast because its advance, and the desperate measures taken to combat it, entirely dominate the news agenda and will go on doing so for the foreseeable future, although it is in the nature of this unprecedented event that nothing can be foreseen.

The Battle for the Saudi Royal Crown
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