Chris Hedges: Saudi Arabia Plays a ‘Dark Role’ in the Middle East, Empowered by US
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with Chris Hedges
RT America on Apr 15, 2016
The Saudi-led coalition – including the nations of Kuwait, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates – dropped US-supplied bombs into a Yemeni marketplace killing 119, according to Human Rights Watch. To discuss US arms sales to Saudi Arabia and ongoing legislation meant to curb it, Chris Hedges, author and former Middle East bureau chief for the New York Times, joins RT America’s Manila Chan.
from the archives:
Blowback Denial, Climate Denial, and Apocalypse by David Swanson
How Putin’s Leverage Shaped the Syrian Ceasefire by Gareth Porter + Larry Wilkerson: Will the Syrian Ceasefire End the US-Russia Proxy War?
How Would Knowing the Truth Change U.S. Policy on ISIS? by David Swanson + War Is A Total Lie!
John Pilger: Corporate Media Blackout on Yemen and the Encirclement of China
Abby Martin: Inside Saudi Arabia: Butchery, Slavery and History of Revolt
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