Passing JASTA will give the opportunity for citizens around the world to sue many other sovereign nations, including the US itself
While the wording of the law does not mention Saudi Arabia, JASTA is associated in the public perception with the country
The question is why, how and what to expect after JASTA?
The US legislation passed by the Congress on Wednesday would allow families of victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks to sue Saudi Arabia for damages
The spokesman said Obama had publicly discussed the JASTA’s potential negative impact in April
A federal judge has blasted the legal case at the heart of the debate as notoriously weak and full of ‘largely boilerplate’ accusations
The Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act clears the way for lawsuits seeking damages from the Saudi government.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest mocked lawmakers for shifting ‘within minutes’ on wanting to change the law
US lawmakers have opened up a Pandora’s Box surrounding the Justice against Sponsors of Terrorism Act
If Obama had not vetoed the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, relations between the US and its historical allies would have been put through test
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