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The Middle East’s Cold War Is Not Going Well for the Saudi’s

The Middle East’s Cold War Is Not Going Well for the Saudi’s

On Saturday afternoon November 4th from the Saudi capital of Riyadh, now former Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri declared he resigned due to threat of assassination, saying, “I have sensed what is being plotted covertly to target my life.” The BBC reported that Hariri made multiple trips to Saudi ...

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An Alternative to U.S. Discarding Iran Nuclear Deal

An Alternative to U.S. Discarding Iran Nuclear Deal

If the U.S. were to unilaterally withdraw, the JCPOA would simply become a P4+1 agreement and Iran would still be in a legitimate position.

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Samuel Hickey
Samuel Hickey

Samuel Hickey is a Visiting Researcher at the Arab Institute for Security Studies in Amman, Jordan where his portfolio consists of a wide variety of issues facing the Middle East. He was previously appointed an Adjunct Instructor of physics labs at American University. He recently received a dual degree from American University (AU) in International Studies with a regional focus in the Middle East and a general focus in U.S. foreign policy and national security, and a Bachelor of Science in Physics.

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