Bernd Debusmann is a writer on foreign affairs based in Washington. He has reported from more than 100 countries and was wounded twice while covering the civil war in Lebanon.
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“Criticism of Saudi Arabia has come out of the closet and I don’t think it’s going to go back in.
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