“I used to wake up and check the weather, now I check the news”, says Prince Khalid bin Salman, new Saudi envoy to the US, in an exclusive ...
The issue of JASTA – or the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act – is now in the news as the Kingdom has started legal action to ...
The CIA recently awarded Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz al-Saud the George Tenet medal for his counter-terrorism efforts. This ...
Adel al-Jubeir hopes US Congress will be reasonable
Saudi foreign minister Adel al-Jubeir had been “trying to persuade” US legislators to change the JASTA law
The Senators propose that foreign governments would only be held liable for terrorist attacks ‘if they knowingly engage with a terrorist organization’
The meeting rejected the US Congress-drafted JASTA as a flagrant violation of the bases and principles of international relations
Better than pretending the world has not changed, it would be far more useful to analyze the new president’s worldview
The Governor of the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency stressed that there would be no issues over the law on Saudi investments in the US
all Arabs should react to JASTA by taking new legal actions so that the US and other international powers realize that Arabs have the ability to influence
The US Supreme Court agreed to consider a lawsuit that accuses former senior govt officials of abusive detentions of immigrants
Congress should quit flaying around looking for a country to blame
What we really need, is to work on establishing a smart and effective diplomacy that can communicate with the different international actors
Pakistani investigative journalist and academic, says conservatives in the United States have also mentioned Pakistan in the vein as Saudi Arabia
The Turkish government is working with Saudi Arabia to examine measures to face the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act
While the bilateral ties have certainly been affected, the real costs might be political, not commercial
Pakistan: ‘We have noted with concern the overturning of the US Presidential veto on JASTA, a law passed by US Congress aimed at targeting sovereign states’
Michael Mukasey aid there was no evidence linking the Saudi government in any way to the 9/11 attacks
President Obama used his veto knowing that the bill had overwhelming bipartisan support in the House and the Senate
We all forgot that this is an election year in America and we have no say
US Congress overrode President Barack Obama’s veto of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act
Currently countries enjoy sovereign immunity – the legal principal that protects them and their diplomats from lawsuits in the American legal system
Sudan has also warned of the legal risks that JASTA poses for the sovereignty of nations
The enactment of JASTA weakening sovereign immunity will affect all countries, the Saudi Cabinet says
These are people with good intentions who urging Saudi Arabia to boycott United States over JASTA
The US law known as JASTA would allow families of 9/11 victims to seek damages from the Saudi government
Congress gave Iran better treatment than its long time strategic partner Riyadh
The implications of Justice against Sponsored Terrorism Act are an issue of great national concern
Relations between Ankara and Riyadh have tightened considerably in the past months as they pursue joint interests in Syria
An Iraqi group is pressing the country’s parliament to ask for US compensation in light of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act
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