Rehman Chishti believes the vote was a mistake, but a recent trip to Washington showed me otherwise.
Posts Tagged: Saudi Arabia
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.
It has highlighted the failure of the Conservative leadership’s Sweetshop Theory of Politics.
In this week’s Foreign Affairs column, the MP replies to our columnist Garvan Walshe, who wrote last week that we share no interest or values with the Saudis
When Saudi Arabia announced that it wouldn’t take up a seat on the U.N Security Council, the proper reaction should be to celebrate.
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In the west, our view of Saudi Arabia is of a culture forged in the heat of the desert sun;… Read more »