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Saudi Arabian involvement in Iraq

There has been surprising little press attention in the United States to the massive hack and exposure by Wikileaks of 60,000 Saudi diplomatic documents detailing...
Barack Obama's fecklessness results in Israel-Saudi cooperation.

President Obama came into office promising to change the world, a pledge that has largely been unfilled. But in one significant respect, he has achieved...

The ISIS proto-state knows how to fight a war. Following the group’s successful simultaneous assaults on Ramadi in Iraq and Palmyra in Syria, ISIS is pressing...

This was supposed to be the week when President Obama put on a show of his desire to reaffirm America’s support for its Arab allies....

President Obama is in the position of a high-school student who thinks that the cool kids are going to come to his birthday party and...

If the Obama administration thought it was successful in its half-hearted efforts to make up with Saudi Arabia and other Arab states outraged by its...

Almost a month ago, on March 25, the Saudis launched what they called Operation Decisive Storm to stop the onslaught of the Iranian-backed Houthi militia...

In his Rose Garden appearance touting the "framework agreement" concluded in Lausanne, President Obama said the U.S. and its negotiating partners had “reached a historic...

President Obama and Secretary of State Kerry went to some lengths to head off criticism of today's framework agreement with Iran. And the president himself indicated...

News that Iraqi forces have conquered Tikrit should be taken with caution: victory has been claimed before and it has not materialized. And if it...

Each week seems to bring a new damning portrait of President Obama’s foreign policy from a different major news outlet. They say essentially the same...

General Lloyd Austin, head of Central Command, provided, in Senate testimony today, some further insight into the thinking behind the U.S. decision to launch air...