Khashoggi represented everything that is repressive and repugnant about journalism in the Arab world. Why is he so honored?
The media’s hypocrisy over Jamal Khashoggi stinks. The president is wise to ignore it
After the Khashoggi murder, the Saudi regime seems curiously pliant to western interests
Following the Jamal Khashoggi story, the US-Saudi-Israel alliance is not gaining traction
It would be surprising if Trump’s Middle East policy is determined by the murder of a Muslim Brotherhood activist who happened to write an occasional column for the Washington Post
It’s a murky business. But the President can again prove his diplomatic skill
The dissident’s fate says a lot about Saudi Arabia and the rise of the mobster state
Post-Vietnam, the US has acted militarily like the proverbial school-yard bully, picking fights only with the weaklings who can’t fight back.
If we learned anything from the so-called Arab Spring, it’s that the victors in that part of the world are never the pro-Western ones we bet on.
Amid the confusion and the almost deafening cries of treachery and collusion over Donald Trump’s relations with Russia, few noticed…
In an interview this month, Mohammad bin Salman offered an extraordinarily frank assessment of how to combat terrorism. It means…