May 13, 2014

Saudi Arabia Recalibrates

Hassan Hassan & Michael Weiss, The American Interest

The Associated Press

Saudi Arabia has adjusted its Middle East strategy to a remarkable degree in the last six months. But lurking beneath the surface are tensions that could result in another big rift between Riyadh and Washington.

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