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In case you missed it, earlier this month the United Nations Special Rapporteur Agnes Callamard issued a report on the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, a legal resident of the United States under a so-called “genius” visa. The report, which you should read in its entirety, finds that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is responsible for […]
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Only the Finest Foreign Policy

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On October 11, 2018
Sure the Saudis just murdered a famous journalist. But is Trump going to do anything about this? Ha ha ha ha, of course not. After all, this is what they pay him for. Instead, let’s make more money! Saudi Arabia’s muscle will be on display next week, when American technology and financial titans gather at […]

Saudi Nukes?

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On December 13, 2011

Is Saudi Arabia laying the groundwork to go nuclear? The idea that an Iranian nuclear test would force Saudi Arabia and other regional powers to develop their own nuclear programs was one of the most

Goldberg on HRW

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In djw
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On July 17, 2009
Matt Duss has a nice post on Jeffrey Goldberg’s recent silliness regarding Human Rights Watch. Yesterday Goldberg, following up on a WSJ editorial, gave the impression that by talking about their work regarding Israeli human rights abuses while in the anti-Semitic world of Saudi Arabia, they were guilty of some grave but unspecified wrong. This […]

A Worthy "Pardon"

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On December 17, 2007

There’s good news out of Saudi Arabia today. King Abdullah has “pardoned” the rape victim who had been sentenced to six months in jail and 200 lashes for being in a car with a man wh

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