The West and Its Big Oil Blunder

The West and Its Big Oil Blunder

The largest oil-producing countries, led by Saudi Arabia and Russia, decided on December 4 to maintain current production levels in the face of uncertainty and the entry into force of new sanctions against Moscow.  Representatives of the thirteen members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), led by Riyadh, and their 10 allies,…

Saudi Sting on Biden Gains Momentum in MENA Region, Even Affecting Morocco

Saudi Sting on Biden Gains Momentum in MENA Region, Even Affecting Morocco

The so-called ‘secret deal’ which Biden thought he had secured in May was actually worthless due to the Saudis wanting to carry out an act of revenge against Biden and his stupid, empty threats. It would appear that Saudi Arabia is enjoying its pound of flesh of revenge over Joe Biden as it has been…

The Decision of OPEC+, the Anger of the USA and the Reactions of the Media in the Middle East

The Decision of OPEC+, the Anger of the USA and the Reactions of the Media in the Middle East

The enthusiasm of some Americans to punish Saudi Arabia for voting in favor of the OPEC+ decision to cut oil production by 2 million barrels on October 5 in Vienna seems similar to the excitement associated with sanctions against Russia over Ukraine, according to the Saudi newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat. This is one of the opinions…

Biden’s Reckless Foreign Policy Comes with Hefty Price Tag After Saudi-Russian Move on Oil

Biden’s Reckless Foreign Policy Comes with Hefty Price Tag After Saudi-Russian Move on Oil

Biden’s comment about making the country a “pariah” was simply stupid and misplaced, Martin Jay writes. Much was made of Joe Biden’s recent trip to Saudi Arabia where he met the country’s crown prince and attempted to walk away with a better deal on oil, leading up to America’s midterm elections. The fist bump photo…