Trouble in the Kingdom: An Appraisal of the US-Saudi Relationship
On 28 November, members of our foundation had the pleasure of participating in a conference organized in cooperation between Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security and Alexander Hamilton Society.
The subject matter of the event was devoted to the long but complex relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia. On that day the speakers were Brian Weidner who is an Adjunct Professor of Intelligence at the DMGS and Michael Doran who is currently a Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute.
During his presentation, Michael Doran emphasized that the recent events associated with the murder of Jamal Khashoggi actually were very bad. Although, they did not undermined Saudi Arabia as an important partner in combating threats in the region resulting from the activities of such states as Yemen, Syria or Iraq.