When Air Force One touches down in Riyadh on Wednesday taking US President Barack Obama on his fourth and possibly last visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, a packed agenda will await. It is the first visit since the implementation of the Iran nuclear deal. From regional stability to the fight against ISIS to containing Iran’s destabilizing influence, the two day visit which includes a larger summit with the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) could lay the ground to this administration’s legacy in a critical region.
Enduring interests and frustrations
Kerry GCC ministers
Following through on Camp David
Obama hosts working session of six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council at Camp David in Maryland. (Reuters)