The new government in Israel has not yet indicated what, if anything, it will do differently when it comes to Israel’s treatment of Palestinians, but it has announced a fundamental shift when it comes to another contentious foreign policy issue that could ultimately influence Palestinian relations: its approach to influence in the U.S.
Fahad Nazer, the spokesman for Saudi Arabia’s embassy in the U.S., was in the hot seat. After providing background on U.S.-Saudi ties during a Zoom panel last Friday, Nazer faced an uncomfortable question from the moderator: would the murder of Jamal Khashoggi damage bilateral relations?
This piece was first published at TomDispatch.com on April 19, 2021. Princess Reema bint Bandar Al-Saud, Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the U.S., was on the
Even if South Korea’s citizens support these measures, it is important that our government be transparent about what it is lobbying for and how much of our taxpayer dollars it is spending on these lobbying campaigns
Although Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBMs) are often touted as an essential part of the United States’ nuclear deterrence apparatus, they don’t actually make us safer.
This week, the Senate will begin the impeachment trial of Donald Trump for a historic second time. Regardless of the outcome of the trial that
With a price-tag of more than $1.2 trillion dollars, there’s intense debate about plans to overhaul U.S. nuclear forces. What many don’t realize is that there’s considerable money within this debate, and it’s coming from the very companies that will make billions if the United States upgrades its nuclear forces.