2019: Europe’s year of reckoning

posted in: European Union, News

What with Brexit and EU parliament elections looming, dramatic change could happen in Europe next year, writes Joschka Fischer, a former German foreign minister. Politically, 2019 will be an extraordinarily important year for the European Union. The United Kingdom is … Read More

Saudi Relations at a Crossroads

posted in: Middle East, News

ROBBINS: Hi. Good morning, everyone. Welcome to today’s Council on Foreign Relations conference call on U.S.-Saudi relations at the crossroads. We’re very lucky to have with us Steven A. Cook, who is Eni Enrico Mattei Senior Fellow for Middle East … Read More

Khashoggi’s brutal killing could lead to charges against Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman

posted in: Middle East, News

Khashoggi’s brutal killing could lead to charges against Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman under international law. But experts say the Saudis will ‘never go along.’ A composite image of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Associated … Read More