Regions / Saudi Arabia
The U.S. military-industrial complex plays a role as Congress considers rejecting the Iran nuclear agreement despite the potential cost of war.
If we continue to think about the Islamic State as a force to be fought on the battlefield, its second year will be worse than its first.
In the post-Cold War era, the right and even some on the left are playing a new game of "Who's your favorite dictator?"
Hillary Clinton would probably stick with his counterproductive energy policies.
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.
The United States military is its own worst enemy, "witch" burning, healthcare overseas, and other assorted errata.
The Washington Post, along with other news outlets, had by "an informal arrangement" agreed two years ago to suppress news of a secret Saudi drone base - at the request of the Obama administration.
Major media outlets once again sit on a big story at an administration's request.
Should President Obama hold Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah's hand like George W. Bush did?
This article discusses Middle Eastern attitudes toward democracy and the role that the United States and others play in helping or hindering democratization in the Muslim world.