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Saudi-Pakistan experts’ forum would further boost bilateral ties

  • Saudi Arabia's King Salman (R) with Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan during a meeting in Riyadh. (File photo/AFP) Riyadh and Islamabad are united by a historical relationship that has grown ever stronger since Pakistan’s independence in 1947. Saudi-Pakistan relations are b...
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New Saudi Arabia will be an inspiration

  • Young Saudis make up more than 70 percent of the country’s population. (AN Photo) Saudi Arabia is blessed, as it is situated in a strategic geographical location between three continents and possesses excellent economic leadership, as well as significant oil reserves. T...
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Saudi Arabia will act rationally, unlike Iran

  •   Last month’s terrorist attack against Saudi Arabia, which targeted two Aramco oil facilities in Abqaiq and Khurais in the east of the country, has escalated tensions in the Arabian Gulf, which had already been experiencing increased volatility due to Iran’s belligerence against the reg...
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Region needs actions not words from Iran

  • Many regional and global media outlets have covered the ongoing attempts to break the ice between Saudi Arabia and Iran in order to defuse escalating tensions in the Arabian Gulf. Some are optimistic about the possible outcome, while others offer a much bleaker outlook.  During recent we...
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Positive Saudi Arabia-Iraq relations require dialogue and mutual trust

  • The Iraqi Finance Minister Ali Allawi arrives in Riyadh. (SPA) The past few weeks have brought positive developments in Iraqi-Saudi relations. These promising signs began with the Saudi Arabian leadership last month congratulating the newly appointed Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa ...
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Ahmadinejad letter a tribute to Saudi Arabia’s influence

  • Ex-Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad after he submitted his name as a candidate in Iran’s presidential election, Tehran, April 12, 2017. (Reuters) In another of the Iranian regime’s unofficial initiatives — to which leaders who influence regional and global affairs have becom...
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Time for Lebanon to stand up to Hezbollah

  • A soldier stands at the devastated site of the explosion at the Port of Beirut, Lebanon, August 6, 2020. (Reuters) Iran, via its proxy Hezbollah, has had control over decision-making within the Lebanese government for some time. We have often read and heard from some of...
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Celebrating our homeland on Saudi Arabia’s National Day

  • On the 90th anniversary of the unification of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which is dear to the hearts of all the men and women in Saudi society, as well as to other residents in the territories of this cherished homeland, we shall recall here some of the tremendous accomplishments our dear nat...
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The tangled web of competition and cooperation in natural gas market

  • A well head and drilling rig in Russia’s Yarakta oilfield. (Reuters) Qatar, Russia and Iran have created a complicated equation in the natural gas market. Under the current circumstances, the Middle East is facing many crises and has become an arena for mutual and competing ...
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Prince Bandar sets the record straight on Saudi support for Palestinians

  • A few weeks ago, I wrote here about the Palestinian cause and the Arabs, especially in Saudi Arabia, who have supported it since the beginning of the Israeli occupation. I received some comments on social media accusing me of prejudice against the Palestinian leadership, and suggesting that t...
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