Saudi Arabia
Jan 2018

“Intel driven.”

Dec 2017


Nov 2017

Saudi Arabia making some interesting moves

Purges, peace processes, and land bridges.

True reform, or consolidating power?

Oct 2017

“We will end extremism soon.”

Sep 2017

“a Saudi cleric was banned from preaching after saying that women should not be allowed to drive because their brains shrink…”

Jul 2017

Believe it or not, the public doesn’t want to be blown up

Jun 2017

Your list of demands is a publicity stunt

Big man on the Middle Eastern campus

Land grab or joint property?

“The nation of Qatar has unfortunately been a funder of terrorism, and at a very high level.”

Jordan to Qatar: Don’t stand so close to me

Ed Morrissey Jun 07, 2017 8:41 AM

Why is this man smiling?

“Russian hackers were behind the intrusion first reported by the Qatari government two weeks ago”

Land bridges and conspiracy theories.

It’s a sticky wicket

May 2017

Sunday morning talking heads

Allahpundit May 28, 2017 8:01 AM


“I think there’s a great deal that’s misunderstood about the Muslim world, by Americans and the Western world.”

Iran can “never, ever … be allowed to possess a nuclear weapon”

You’d think he was in Russia

Except actions don’t always equal rhetoric.

“Drive them out, drive them out, drive them out”

Big deal or actual big deal?

Making new friends

Monotheism hat trick for Trump’s first foreign tour

Ed Morrissey May 04, 2017 7:21 PM

“Tolerance is the cornerstone of peace.”

Apr 2017

Absurdities abound.

Jan 2017

“suicide boats”

Dec 2016

“Freedom” in Saudi Arabia

Nov 2016
Oct 2016

Uh oh.

Sep 2016
Aug 2016

“Such laws conflict with and undermine universally recognized human rights”

Jun 2016
May 2016

Islamic extremism now a problem in Kosovo

Taylor Millard May 22, 2016 5:01 PM

Blame the Saudis apparently.

How long does it take to vet 28 pages?

Apr 2016

Maybe. Possibly. Sort of. “Parts of”

We wouldn’t want to catch “the wrong people” here

Saudi Arabia snubs President Obama at the airport

John Sexton Apr 20, 2016 5:01 PM

“a relationship long lubricated by barrels of oil is now facing deep questions…”