How will foreign policy issues weigh into the 2018 midterm elections? Join AEI for a conversation on how this often-overlooked topic in election analysis could play a significant role in the coming election.
Crown Prince Mohammed should not get away with murder, but Saudi Arabia is not alone in countering Iranian influence or fighting al Qaeda.
It is long past time the US political debate moved on to address the reality and potential of Iraq today rather than continuing to treat it merely as a political football in the American context or a diplomatic and military game board on which to confront Iran.
Hurricane Michael swept through Florida destroying homes and leaving thousands without power. Experts discuss President Trump’s role as “consoler in chief” in the wake of the hurricane.
After the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, President Trump has arranged talks between his administration and the Saudi monarch. Experts discuss why the situation has become a significant issue for the US-Saudi relationship.
Andrew Brunson’s case may be over, but, from origin to resolution, it put a spotlight on the rot in Turkey’s politics and judiciary.
Journalist dissident Jamal Khashoggi is still missing after entering the Turkish embassy in Saudi Arabia. Experts discuss the investigation to determine what happened to the journalist.
The point is this: Saudi Arabia should be held accountable for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi. But to suggest that Saudi malfeasance somehow makes Iran clean by comparison is ludicrous.
Reviewing the litany of questionable MBS decisions over the last year, it is hard to find one that has helped Saudi Arabia and not helped Iran. Surely, this cannot be the will of the man who would be king?
This week on Banter, AEI Resident Scholar Karen Young joins the show to discuss the regional social and political implications of economic reforms underway in the six Gulf Cooperation Council countries.