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Trump suggested that the US military presence in the Middle East was tied to the region's oil.
At the end of the day, Saudi Arabia now needs the US more than it needs the kingdom, but Trump's policy in the region does not reflect this reality.
Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday stood by President Donald Trump's unsubstantiated claim there are "Middle Easterners" among thousands of Central American migrants headed for the US-Mexico border.
Saudi Arabia’s reputation has taken another hit over the death of a journalist — and its economy may be next
After Saudi Arabia acknowledged the death of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi, many business and tech luminaries pulled out of a major investment conference in Riyadh. And experts say that may be just the start of economic troubles for the kingdom.
Careem, a ride-hailing company in acquisition talks with Uber, raised $200 million from Saudi backers
Careem, a Dubai-headquartered rival to Uber, has raised the first $200 million of a $500 million funding round to expand its service. One of its main backers is Saudi Arabia's Kingdom Holding Company, and the deal comes at a sensitive time.
Saudi Arabia dropped another major hint that it’s moving forward with plans to turn rival Qatar into an island
A senior adviser to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman tweeted that he was "impatiently waiting for details" on plans to dig a canal along its 38-mile (61 kilometer) border with Qatar.
"To make a deal both sides will have to take a leap and meet somewhere between their stated positions. I am not sure President Abbas can do that," Jared Kushner said in a rare interview with an Arabic-language Palestinian newspaper.
Saudi Arabia may be moving forward with plans to dig a canal along its 38-mile border with Qatar. The canal would turn its Gulf rival into an island. The move may also be aimed at further isolating Qatar, which was diplomatically cut off by Gulf nations last year.
Opinion: Conversations about the Israeli Palestinian conflict are often stale and unproductive. Interlocutors talk in circles and rarely say anything new or productive. A new book from Yossi Klein Halevi might change that.
Jordan’s Prime Minister Hani Mulki stepped down on Monday after thousands protested his government's plans to raise taxes. While Jordan has remained relatively stable during periods of turmoil in the Middle East, the country's debt has reached $40 billion, which is 95% of its GDP.