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A murder in Istanbul, a war in Yemen — how the Washington establishment, saturated with Middle East cash, has enabled the mayhem from Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
The score card from a Democratic Party-aligned foreign policy group reflects different priorities for the party’s mainstream and progressive wings.
Rep. Ed Royce spoke on the House floor against ending U.S. support for the Yemen war. His talking points were scripted by lobbyists for Saudi Arabia.
The veto, for all its cynical implications about the state of U.S. foreign policy, should also concern Americans at home.
Donald Trump says Saudi Arabia could turn to Russia or China for arms, but the French intelligence report emphasizes its dependence on the West.
SKDKnickerbocker is running communications for NSO Group, an Israeli company known for selling surveillance technology to authoritarian governments.