IPS’s Peter Certo joins Telesur for an in-depth look at U.S. foreign policy as it relates to ISIS, Saudis, Syria, and more.
Visual artist Arko Datto combines satellite images and text to paint a picture of migrant workers’ lives in the Arabian Peninsula — and his findings aren’t pretty.
The nuclear deal with Iran, like Nixon’s opening to China in 1972, has the potential to be a geopolitical game changer — if it can get through Congress first.
Phyllis Bennis says forces aligned in opposition to the Iran Framework Agreement in the U.S., Israel and Saudi Arabia would rather see war than a deal that brings Iran out of sanctions and back into play as a regional power.
Why start another body count in a Middle East conflict with no direct relationship to U.S. security?
Morocco won’t be able to put off the issue of Western Sahara’s right to sovereignty indefinitely.
Saudi Arabia is a dubious choice to team with to promote democracy in Syria.
Major media outlets once again sit on a big story at an administration’s request.
Indonesia’s Shi’a minority is under heavy attack by Saudi-funded Wahhabists.
Should President Obama hold Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah’s hand like George W. Bush did?
Once loosed, the dogs of war range where they will.
Qatar has supported revolution abroad while Saudi Arabia anchors down the authoritarian regional order.
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi has proved willing to act independently of Washington, but he’s not about to leave the fold.
There is little to no discussion about the role U.S. allies have played in fueling a sectarian war in the Middle East.
“No Saudi women will go to hell, because it’s impossible to go there twice,” he tweeted.