EDITORIAL: Mr. Putin takes up punditry - Washington Times

Russian President Vladimir Putin visits an exhibition about Russian emperor Peter the Great at the Grand Trianon after a working meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron at the Versailles Palace near Paris, France, Monday, May 29, 2017. (Etienne ...

Trump in Saudi Arabia, SWAT teams and comedians: Rant - Orlando Sentinel

Saudi King Salman presents President Donald Trump with the highest civilian honor, the Collar of Abdulaziz Al Saud, at the Royal Court Palace, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. (Evan Vucci / AP). Privacy Policy. One of the unintended consequences of Donald ...

Powerful Saudi prince to meet Putin in Russian Federation - Herald Keeper

For Boris Dolgov of the Middle East Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Saudi Arabia will propose advantageous economic deals, in exchange for concessions from Russia, with the intent of obtaining political gain in Syria. Also on Tuesday ...

Trump expects Saudi Arabia to invest billions of dollars in the US - Bradenton Herald

Saudi Arabia's young deputy crown prince had a message for America's new president at their first meeting in March: The kingdom wanted to invest billions of dollars in U.S. companies, creating thousands of jobs. It was just what Donald Trump, the U.S ...

Deja Vu: Saudi Prince Says 'Women's Driving is Coming', Twitter Gets Excited - Al-Bawaba

Women's driving is “on its way” and women will soon be placed in charge of society not just cars. These are the words of former Saudi education minister, Prince Faisal bin ِAbdallah earlier this week. “The ban on women driving has been imposed on us; ...

No Ordinary IPO: Why Aramco Investors Should Scrutinize Saudi Rights Record - Human Rights Watch

Global investors are no doubt closely following what is billed as the world's largest initial public offering with Saudi Aramco's plans to float in 2018. Yet as investors weigh putting money into a state-controlled oil company, they should worry about ...

Saudi Prince Faisal Bin Abdullah Wants Women to Drive Cars and Society - Newsweek

A Saudi prince has declared his support for allowing women to drive cars and have a more prominent role in society. Former education minister Prince Faisal Bin Abdullah said the change was, in fact, inevitable. “Never mind driving a car, which is ...

Saudi Arabia and Russia agree to deepen relations in diverse fields - Radio Pakistan (press release)

Saudi Arabia and Russia have agreed to deepen relations in all fields including to stabilize oil markets and energy prices. This was stated by Saudi Deputy Crown Prince and Defence Minister Muhammad Bin Salman after meeting with Russian President ...

KSA: Deputy Crown Prince dissipates Moscow's frustration over America's stronger presence in Riyadh - Middle East Confidential

Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Tuesday expressed Saudi Arabia's intention to keep good ties with Russia after Moscow fumed over the red carpet welcome reserved to the United States during Trump's visit to Riyadh. Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin ...

Saudis Reportedly Invite Russia to Work With 'Arab NATO' - Sputnik International

Saudi Arabia's Deputy Crown Prince and Defense Minister Mohammad bin Salman is likely to have invited Russia to work with the emerging Saudi-led military alliance in the Middle East during his visit to Moscow, political analyst Gevorg Mirzayan wrote ...

Saudi Prince Mohammed and Putin talk Syria and oil in meeting - Fox Business

Background, from left: Russian Minister of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, Russian President Vladimir Putin, translator, and presidential foreign affairs adviser Yuri Ushakov meet ...

Saudi prince: 'No doubt' women will drive - KPRC Houston

DUBAI (CNNMoney) - A Saudi prince has raised expectations that the kingdom may soon allow women to drive. Prince Faisal Bin Abdullah, a member of the ruling family and a former Saudi education minister, said in an interview with a privately-owned TV ...

Russia, Saudi Arabia Discuss Oil, War in Syria on Prince's Visit to Moscow - Al-Bawaba

Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) with Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman in Moscow, on May 30, 2017. (Sputnik). Follow >. Click here to add Anton Mardasov as an alert. Click here to remove the Anton Mardasov alert. Disable alert for ...

Analysis: Trump visit highlights continued US appetite for Saudi crude oil - Platts

During US President Donald Trump's first official overseas visit to Saudi Arabia earlier this month, oil was supposed to take a back seat -- or so analysts said ahead of the event. However, the fanfare in Riyadh over hundreds of billions of dollars of ...

Economic Gains For Political Concessions: Saudi Arabia Likely to 'Tempt' Russia - Sputnik International

On Tuesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin held talks with Saudi Deputy Crown Prince and Defense Minister Mohammad bin Salman Saud in Moscow. Ahead of the visit, the Russian president said that Moscow-Riyadh ties are showing considerable ...

Saudi prince supports women driving - gulfnews.com

Manama: A Saudi former minister said that allowing women to drive was bound to happen and that women would be driving society, not just cars. “The ban on women driving has been imposed on us, and women in the past used to lead their own camels.

Putin, Saudi Prince Praise Dialogue on Oil, Syria - New Delhi Times

Russia and Saudi Arabia hailed their growing partnership in oil markets and dialogue on Syria on Tuesday, in a departure from past hostilities between the top global producers and major players in the Middle East. Russian President Vladimir Putin ...

Russian President Receives Deputy Crown Prince in Moscow - MENAFN.COM

Moscow, Ramadan 04, 1438, May 30, 2017, SPA -- President Vladimir Putin of Russia received here today Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Second Deputy Premier and Minister of Defense. During the meeting, they discussed ...

Trump trading lives for Saudi money - Tehran Times

TEHRAN- Just two days after Donald Trump struck a nearly $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia a suicide bomber, whose ideology was surely driven by Saudi-inspired religious teachings, took the lives of 23 people, including children, in Manchester, ...

Saudi women are taking their rightful place as bringers of change to KSA - ArabianBusiness.com

In 1970, the literacy rate for women in Saudi Arabia was two percent. Today, women make up more than half of our university graduates. Such an advance would not have been possible without the wisdom and guidance of King Faisal Bin Ibn Abdul Aziz, ...