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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.
Why is Trump deferring to Riyadh? Questions need to be asked about his financial ties with Saudis who bailed him out during the 1990s.
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.
Rashid Al-Malik reported to UAE intelligence on the Trump administration’s Middle East policy as part of a broader influence effort.
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 score card from a Democratic Party-aligned foreign policy group reflects different priorities for the party’s mainstream and progressive wings.