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The Resetting of U.S.-Saudi Relations

The Washington Times

Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman arrived in Washington this week to meet with President Trump and his team and to reset the U.S.-Saudi relationship, which hit an all-time low during the Obama administration. If the two sides agree — and there is ample reason to believe they will — much progress can be made on containing Iran, defeating the Islamic State (ISIS) and al Qaeda and, at long last, helping resolve the Israeli-Palestine conflict. The two sides are also likely to find ways to create jobs in the United States through trade and investment, a subject dear to Mr. Trump.

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