Saudi Arabia's New Strategic Paradigm

October 2013
Military Periscope Special Reports;10/21/2013, p1
The article reports that Saudi Arabia is changing its foreign policy amid the new U.S.-Iranian diplomatic engagement. It is stated that Saudi Arabia's foreign policy now seems independent of the U.S. It is commented that the Saudis's criticism on the stand taken by the U.N. Security Council looks like speaking indirectly against the U.S.


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