The Other Gulf State That Is Manipulating U.S. Mideast Policy

Donald Trump and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan (Wikimedia Commons)

By Avery Beam and Thomas Low Following the brutal murder of Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi lobby’s efforts to gain influence in Washington have been placed under greater scrutiny. However, Saudi Arabia is not the only country cozying up to the… Continue Reading  

Disregarding Iran’s Election: A Taxonomy

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by Marsha B. Cohen Appearances to the contrary, the narrative underlying much news coverage of Iran’s recent election is still unfolding. While media attention has been diverted to the George Zimmerman trial domestically and to events in Egypt internationally, efforts… Continue Reading  

Should AEI Be Required to Register as a Foreign Agent?

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by Jim Lobe For Taiwan that is. Our alumnus, Eli Clifton, makes a pretty good case below in his piece this week for The Nation, which we reprint with permission of the magazine. Two quick points about the article:

EXCLUSIVE: Documents Shed Light On Those Underwriting The Foundation For Defense Of Democracies

Posted with permission of Think Progress The Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD) has been a vocal presence in Washington since its founding in the days following the 9/11 attacks as a self-described “nonpartisan policy institute dedicated exclusively to promoting… Continue Reading