The SETA Foundation held a panel today in order to discuss the possible effect that the Jamal Khashoggi can have on the politics of the Middle East.
“If Trump decides to retreat MbS because of his brutality, which is unlikely to happen, it will not be a decision of American liberal principles, but a decision motivated by the increasing unpredictability of MbS’s actions in the Middle East.”
As the veil of mystery surrounding the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi lifts, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin-Salman moves to put the blame on a number of people closest to him.
Turkish President Erdogan has called for those responsible of Khashoggi’s murder to be questioned in Istanbul.
The incompatible approach depicted by the U.S. in regards to the Jamal Khashoggi case should be ringing alarm bells for U.S. foreign policy.
Turkey’s sole purpose in the Khashoggi case is not to take part in any regional power struggles but to help find the actors responsible for the murder.
While officials close the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman have been sacked, MbS still remains in his post.
Contradictory statements by Saudi officials and their inability to present convincing evidence added to suspicions over journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance.
While Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has alienated regional countries, he is trying to obtain support from the West for a new regime in Saudi Arabia.
How should the developments in Saudi Arabia be read? Right after the formation of the “anti-corruption commission” on November 4 …