Iran’s regime has more values in common with America than Egypt’s or Saudi Arabia’s.
Posts Tagged: Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia’s key vulnerability is an ideological environment deliberately created by the Saudi state.
Nadhim Zahawi MP: It’s time for the Islamic world to support free speech – and repeal blasphemy laws
The reality is that jihadists have claimed more lives in Muslim-majority countries than anywhere else.
It’s shale versus the Saudis in a fight for survival
It remains a real threat to both our interests and our allies throughout the Middle East.
Will oil prices rebound? I wouldn’t bet my house on it, but western governments shouldn’t take the current fall for granted.
More bloody chaos in the wake of ‘liberation’
As a naturalised Brit, it horrifies me that some of my fellow citizens wish to destroy our freedoms.
Any organisation in the region which is somehow at odds with both Saudi Arabia and Iran is not in good position.
It was the Arab Spring of 2010/11 that triggered today’s troubles in Iraq – not the 2003 invasion, for all its faults.
An accident here would have deadly repercussions in the region and on world trade.
Daniel Kawczynski: We need to understand what the Muslim Brotherhood is doing – not just what it is saying
What is crucial, and what the Government’s review will ascertain, is the relationship between the organisation and violent extremism.
Rehman Chishti believes the vote was a mistake, but a recent trip to Washington showed me otherwise.
The consequences of last summer’s vote are lost exports, a weakened reputation – and opportunities for France at our expense.
The Gulf Co-operation Council could play a useful role.