Obvious reticence by the Trump administration to do more than express manufactured outrage over Saudi Arabia’s possible murder of Jamal Khashoggi might be giving way to a more fulsome reaction by the government
Over the past year, China has increased its harsh treatment of Uighurs, just recently moving legalize ‘vocational training centers’ in Xinjiang province that are allegedly intended to engineer ‘thought transformation’ among its Muslim minority, members of which are thought to be inspired by separatist or religious ideologies
The Trump Administration appeared to achieve an important policy success in early October with the naming of an Iraqi president and prime minister, Barham Salih and Adel Abdul Mahdi, respectively—both of whom favor an enduring U.S. involvement in Iraq
On October 4, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, and Australia joined a growing chorus of Western countries that have publicly accused Russia of a wide-ranging campaign of cyber espionage, criminal activities, and general hooliganism
On October 02, frequent Saudi critic and current columnist for the Washington Post, Jamal Khashoggi, walked into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey