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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?

The Rise and Fall of Aljazeera
November 25, 2021

There was an inevitable conflict in the roles of the Arab television network that inexorably led to its decline, writes As’ad AbuKhalil.

The Rise and Fall of Aljazeera
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VIDEO: Blinken on Damage-Limitation Tour after Afghanistan Fiasco
VIDEO: Blinken on Damage-Limitation Tour after Afghanistan Fiasco
September 9, 2021

America’s traditional allies have become very worried following the unexpected collapse in Afghanistan.

Blinken on Damage-Limitation Tour After Afghanistan Fiasco
September 8, 2021

Washington’s whirlwind outreach is evidently an effort to shore up confidence among U.S. allies in American defense commitments.

Blinken on Damage-Limitation Tour After Afghanistan Fiasco
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How the Saudis, the Qataris, and the Emiratis Took Washington
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How the Saudis, the Qataris, and the Emiratis Took Washington
June 11, 2020

Given the president’s unyielding support for the Saudis and Emiratis as especially lucrative customers for this country’s defense industry, the Qataris have clearly decided to crib the Saudi playbook.

How Barack Obama Destroyed Libya
June 2, 2020

Obama was wrong about what all that money would do. Rather than tamping down conflict, it fanned it.

How Barack Obama Destroyed Libya
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A Second ‘Arab Revolt’ Is Overdue in Middle East
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A Second ‘Arab Revolt’ Is Overdue in Middle East
August 2, 2019

It must have come as a shocking reality-check for Saudi Arabi and the UAE that Trump who had a marvellous “war dance” with King Salman hardly two years ago in Riyadh and has locked in the two counties to the standoff with Iran, has lately switched attention to their bête noire, Qatar.

Qatar Looks Set to Not Only Be a Conduit of Trump’s Befuddled Foreign Policy, but Might Even Save Him in Iran
July 13, 2019

The Emir’s recent visit to Washington is a turning point which not only shows how valuable Qatar is to Donald Trump but what an outstanding error of judgment on Trump’s part to go along with it was in the first place.

Qatar Looks Set to Not Only Be a Conduit of Trump’s Befuddled Foreign Policy, but Might Even Save Him in Iran
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