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Loujain al-Hathloul fought for women to be able to drive in Saudi Arabia. The kingdom arrested her and is torturing her in a dark dungeon in Riyadh.
Biden also made some blunders during Wednesday’s Democratic debate, including saying we have to keep “punching at” domestic violence.
An Iranian intelligence document describes a meeting between Iran’s Quds Force and the Muslim Brotherhood in a Turkish hotel. It didn’t go well.
Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest emitter of greenhouse gases, remains a principal funder of climate denialism even as it prepares for climate extremes.
As long as the U.S. stands firmly by Saudi Arabia and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the kingdom won’t face justice — or restrain itself.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has overseen an escalation in violent crackdowns on political protest. It’s getting even worse.
The administration wants to use an obscure state-of-emergency provision to sell billions of dollars in weapons to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
The veto, for all its cynical implications about the state of U.S. foreign policy, should also concern Americans at home.
The Saudi monarch is pursuing Hollywood stars for the country’s “Year of Entertainment,” while women activists are being tortured behind bars.
In the shipbuilding city of Cádiz, a mayor from Podemos says workers are being forced to choose between bread and peace.