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Palace Intrigue in Saudi Arabia & Lebanon

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Greg Johnson hosts Patrick Le Brun to discuss the palace intrigues in Saudi Arabia, including the apparent kidnapping of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri by the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

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The Civil War in Yemen

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Greg Johnson is joined by Patrick Le Brun to talk about the civil war in Yemen and what it means for American, Jewish, and Saudi power.  Read more …

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The Qatar Connection & the End of ISIS

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Greg Johnson talks to Patrick Le Brun about the Gulf monarchy of Qatar and its place in changing US policy in the Muslim world. Read more …

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Understanding the War in Syria

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PutinAssadThe recent intervention of the Russians in Syria raised hopes among many in the Alt-Right that ISIS (a.k.a. Israeli Secret Intelligence Service) would be swept away like dune dust, and President Assad restored to his adoring people. Since the Russians got involved, however, not much has really changed. Assad may be looking a little more stable and one or two villages may have changed hands, but the country remains a chaotic mess. Why, one wonders, is this the case?  Read more …

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