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US-Saudi relations face “unprecedented disruption” following Khashoggi’s death

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US-Saudi relations

On Wednesday, a Middle East scholar said that the recent death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi has led to an “unprecedented disruption” in US-Saudi relations. Hussein Ibish, 55, a senior resident scholar at The Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington, has an active role in advocacy for Arab causes in the United States. Ibish told media…

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Jamal Khashoggi: A Virginian Journalist Murdered by Saudi Arabia

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Jamal Khashoggi

Jamal Khashoggi is dead. The verdict is out, however, the whole truth isn’t. The death of Virginian resident and a prominent Washington Post journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, is confirmed. Lately, the government of Saudi Arabia has, in bits and pieces, dragged themselves to the final versions of truth behind Khashoggi’s murder. Nevertheless, it came out under…

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Trump’s US Mid term Win – The Victory of Saudi Arabia

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Trump and Saudi Arabia prince Mohammed bin Salman - questionable relations
Trump and Mohammed bin Salman - questionable relations

Democrats are leading by a double digit score against their opponent, the Republicans, who only have 43 percent of likelihood of winning as compared to 50 percent likely voters who prefer Democrats. Yet, it won’t be surprising if after all, the Republicans still end up winning out of the blue. Despite being a democratic country,…

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How US’ National Interest got Overruled by UAE Foreign Policy

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UAE controls US' National Interest, also gets praised by Donald Trump

At the 73rd UN General Assembly, US President Donald Trump not only overlooked the war crimes conducted by Saudi Arabia and UAE in Yemen, but instead praised their financial aid to the war inflicted land. The President persuaded states to focus on their ‘national interest’ even as his own country’s foreign policy has been ruled…

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Reforms Transforming the Dynamics of an Emerging Middle East

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Radicals in the Arab world could be particularly seen in two types. The first is where any change is opposed irrespective of its outcome. This type is ultraconservative to religious fascism and has little interest in progress. The other is which aggressively pushes for bringing in radical changes under the name of “revolution”, even if…

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Iran Fearful Amid Economy Fall as Saudi-US Strengthen Coalitions

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Iran has once again been hit by a wave of terror attack. It was Iran’s Memorial Day, and the crowd were watching the military parade, as the gunmen opened fire at the crowd, in southwestern city of Ahvaz, killing atleast 29 people. The attack has come amidst the prolonged pain of falling economy and Hassan…

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United Nations entreats the release of Saudi Arabia human rights activists

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Saudi Arabia human rights

The United Nations (UN) is solicitous about the persisting arrests, and seemingly, arbitrary detentions of Saudi Arabia human rights defenders and activists. Saudi has been entreated by The UN human rights office to set free all peaceable activists. However, Riyadh maintains its oppressive crackdown on the matter. UN rights office spokesperson Ravina Shamdasani, while addressing a press conference in Geneva, asked…

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Crown Prince Salman’s Terror Approach May Not Fetch Desired Stability In Saudi Arabia

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Crown Prince Salman

It is a popular notion that Mohammed bin Salman, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, is a propounded the vision of a modern Saudi Arabia looking for peace, stability and economic growth. Over the last years various instances have emerged wherein western leaders like Tony Blair and celebrated journalists have appreciated his vision. But what lies behind this…

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