All news tagged with #Saudi Arabia

Robert C. Koehler, USA 02/13/2018 0

Yemen’s Crisis Belongs to All of Us

But the voices crying out against war remain as marginalized and without political clout as ever.
Danny Sjursen, USA 02/06/2018 0

America’s Syria Trap

Pay attention, folks. It’s about to get a lot worse in the Middle East. Again.
Ben Norton, USA 01/21/2018 0

MSNBC Ignores Catastrophic US-Backed War in Yemen

Finds Russia 5000% more newsworthy.
Harry Blain, USA 01/05/2018 0

2017 Was a Banner Year for the Arms Industry

Arms companies have had a good year.
Randi Nord, USA 01/04/2018 0

As Saudi Influence Wanes, UAE Builds Its Regional Value as Tool of US Imperialism

Where Riyadh’s imperial ambitions are haphazard, Abu Dhabi’s are smooth and calculated. While Saudi Arabia has spent billions murdering civilians, the UAE has built military bases, forged imperial alliances, and secured its grip on regional hegemony both politically and militarily aligning itself as the next major US ally as a tool of imperialism.
Jonathan Fenton-Harvey, UK 12/28/2017 0

How Another ISIS Could Emerge

ISIS’s self-proclaimed caliphate is all but defeated, but it would be a grave mistake to assume the threat the group poses is over.
Reza Marashi, USA 12/22/2017 0

Nikki Haley Is Not Good At Foreign Policy

The most inexplicable part of Haley's charade this week was her insistence on talking about Iran rather than talking to Iran
Paul Buchheit, USA 12/18/2017 0

Why Do They Hate Us? America Has Taken Nearly 70% of the World’s Wealth Gains Since 2012

America's super-rich are taking not only from their own nation, but also from the rest of the world.
Adil E. Shamoo, USA 12/12/2017 0

Starvation and Cholera in Yemen

War is taking Yemen back to the dark ages, with U.S. assistance.
Randi Nord, USA 12/08/2017 0

Saudi Weapons of War: Bullets, Bombs, Mercenaries, Media, Blackmail

The Saudi war against Yemen would not be possible without military support from the United States and other Western allies. It also would not be possible without the political and financial clout to control the narrative surrounding one of the most repressive regimes in existence.