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Ghosts Of Saudi Purges Past, And U.S. President Donald Trump, Haunt Saudi Kingdom

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Ghosts Of Saudi Purges Past, And U.S. President Donald Trump, Haunt Saudi KingdomArticle by WN.com Correspondent Dallas Darling Under the guise of fighting corruption and a war in Yemen, known as the Saudi’s Vietnam, the ghosts of Saudi Purges Past, and Donald Trump, haunts the Saudi Kingdom. The arrests of princes and cabinet members have set the stage for Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s ascension to the throne, and, to be sure, have sealed an ongoing deal with Trump and Exxon-Mobil’s Vision 2030, a vision to control oil prices while enlarging the U.S.-backed Saudi military intervention in Yemen.1 Two Kingdoms Belonging to Ghosts of Purges Past – And Present Since the 20th-and now early 21st-centuries were filled with purges, the recent royal shakeup seemed only...
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On Saturday, US President Donald Trump intervened in a battle among the world’s top stock exchanges to list shares of national oil giant Saudi Aramco, publicly appealing for Riyadh to choose New York, saying it was in the United States' national interest. Trump wrote on Twitter, “Would very much...

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