What the wedge between Saudi Arabia and the United States means

I learn something new with every piece by international affairs analyst Jonathan Manthorpe.

In today’s column Manthorpe looks at the growing rift between Riyadh and Washington, as a symptom of both major change in the national stance of Middle Eastern countries, and a new reticence within Europe and North America to get involved.

The column, in Commentary, can be accessed with a $1 day pass for the entire site, or by subscription.

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