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Geneva II – Washington’s Plan B for Regime Change in Syria

Jan 14, 2014, Finian Cunningham The US and its Western allies and their regional proxies, such as Saudi Arabia and Turkey, do not want to allow a genuine political process worked out by the Syrian people. The fatal problem with the Geneva II negotiations on Syria, due to open next …

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The Saudi Bull in Arab China Shop. The Saudi-Israeli Marriage of Convenience against Syria and Iran

King Abdullah

Jan 8, 2014, Global Research Obsessed with the “Iran threat,” which leads to its warmongering in Syria, Saudi Arabia is acting like a bull in a china shop, wreaking regional havoc in an already Arab fragile political environment and creating what George Joffe’ of Cambridge University’s Centre of International Studies, …

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Iran should attend Syria talks: Straw [VIDEO]

  Jan 9, 2014, Press TV Former British Foreign Secretary and a present member of the UK Parliament Jack Straw has called for Iran’s participation in the upcoming international talks on the crisis in Syria. “We believe very strongly that a solution to the terrible situation in Syria is only …

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House of Saud May Throw Oily Spanner into US-Iran Talks Gambit

Oct 31, 2013, Strategic Culture The Saudi spat with its historic Washington ally has several ways of playing out. Jilted over American «double standards» in the Middle East (how ironic is that?), senior members of the House of Saud, including intelligence chief Prince Bandar bin Sultan, have hinted that the …

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On the Military Alliance of Israel and Saudi Arabia against Iran

Oct 24, 2013, Strategic Culture Saudi Arabia’s ministry of defense has placed an order with the U.S. for the delivery of high-tech cruise missiles and aerial bombs totaling 6.8 billion dollars. It is expected that the contract will be signed within a month after the request is approved by Congress. …

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Saudi-US Row: Prince Bandar bin ‘Sulking’ Tries Old Bribe and Threat Trick Again

  Oct 24, 2013, Strategic Culture Historic allies, the United States and Saudi Arabia, are in the midst of a full-blown row, after the kingdom’s spy chief Prince Bandar bin Sultan threatened that their strategic liaison was on the rocks.  The sulking sultan is no stranger to maverick mood swings. …

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The Syrian People Alone Must Decide Who Stays and Who Goes

President Assad to Fox News : Any diplomatic move without having stability and getting rid of the terrorists is going to be just an illusion. Any diplomatic move should start with stopping the flow of the terrorists (into Syria), the logistical support of those terrorists, the armament support and the money support. Then, you have a full plan, and the Syrians could sit at the table, to discuss the future of Syria, the political system, the constitution and everything.

Oct 23, 2013, VNN Even as mercenaries and émigrés used to destroy Syria meet under the auspices of the UK, US and France and insist on regime change despite the on the ground reality in Syria, the US-Iran negotiations have been welcomed by citizens all over the world.  The government of Saudi …

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Saudi Arabia and U.A.E. Preparing for War with Iran? Major Purchases of “Bunker Buster” Bombs and Missiles from Pentagon

Oct 18, 2013, Global Research The Pentagon plans to sell $10.8 Billion worth of military weapons to its closest allies in the Middle East besides Israel, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).  Agence France-Presse (AFP) reported that the Pentagon will sell Saudi Arabia and the UAE, two of …

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