Read it later Source: Foreign Policy – by John Hannah (Saudi Arabia Strikes Back) For those concerned about the fallout from President Barack Obama and his administration’s nuclear deal with Iran — the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or JCPOA — the hits just keep on coming. The recent revelation that
Read it later Obama’s sickening ‘share the neighborhood’ reference – by Farid Ghadry During Barack Obama’s controversial interview in The Atlantic in which he tried to justify his foreign policy upheavals, the president made a reference to Saudi Arabia to ‘learn to share the neighborhood’ with the terrorists in Tehran.
Read it later Saudi fangs are out – by Farid Ghadry Many Saudi experts, if they had to agree on one common denominator with regard to Saudi diplomacy on the international scene, would most likely concur on its patience and steady approach. The culture that survived the harshest conditions humans
Read it later The Kuwaiti government increased pressure against Hezbollah-linked businessmen, a report said Thursday, as the Kuwaiti General Directorate of State Security reportedly prepared lists of people banned from entering the country over their alleged links to the party. Growing Hezbollah pains over its Syrian intervention are beginning to manifest