Saudi Arabia receives Kozak-5 armored vehicles from Ukraine


The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has taken delivery of a batch of Ukrainian-made Kozak-5 armored vehicles manufacturer Practika company. Saudi Arabian special forces have acquired and already received an undisclosed number of Kozak-5 armored vehicles, […]

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Thomas Barrack, Trump Fund-Raiser, Is Indicted on Lobbying Charge


Mr. Barrack, the chairman of Donald Trump’s inaugural committee, was accused of failing to register as a lobbyist for the United Arab Emirates, obstruction of justice and lying to investigators.

Vaccine Passports Could Unlock World Travel and Cries of Discrimination

Vaccine rollouts in some countries have a long-locked-down world dreaming of travels abroad again. But they have also set off a fraught debate about the fairness of a two-tier system for haves and have-nots.

U.S. Air Force nuclear-capable bombers flew patrol mission across Middle East

The U.S. Central Command has confirmed that a pair of U.S. Air Force nuclear-capable B-52H “Stratofortresses” flew a multinational patrol mission across the Middle East to deter aggression and reassure partners and allies of the U.S. military’s commitment to security in the region. Multiple […]

Biden’s Dilemmas, Part 1: Punishing Saudi Arabia


In the first of two parts about what we’re learning about the current administration, we look at the president’s approach to justice in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi.

Biden Won’t Penalize Saudi Crown Prince Over Khashoggi’s Killing, Fearing Relations Breach


The decision will disappoint the human rights community and members of his own party who complained during the Trump administration that the U.S. was failing to hold Mohammed bin Salman accountable.