Tag: Saudi Arabia
Attack on Saudi Oil Facilities: This Isn’t Our Fight

This is an issue between Saudi Arabia and Iran, and the U.S. government should stay out of it. This is not our fight.

Congress Should Nix Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates

If Iran’s behavior supporting friendly proxy groups in the Middle East isn’t exactly stabilizing, the behavior of U.S. allies, Saudi Arabia and UAE, certainly hasn’t been any better.

Saudi Call for the United States to Attack Iran Is Out Of Line

Despite President Trump’s aggressive stance toward Iran, the encouragement from Saudi Arabia is out of line for several reasons.

Military Aid—”If We Don’t Do It, Someone Else Will”

“If we don’t do it, someone else will.” If I had a nickel for every time someone said this to me in regard to U.S. foreign policy, I’d have enough to pay off the rest of my student loans and put any future children through college. This is particularly true when it comes to...
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Oil and Dictators

Will the collapse of oil prices benefit or erode petrodictators in the Middle East, Eurasia, Africa, and Latin America? At first glance, the answer would seem obvious. Venezuela, Nigeria, and Iran need crude prices as high as $110 per barrel to fund their states in their present condition. Russia, half of whose government budget...
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