Tag: Saudi Arabia

The Kremlin’s Anti-Western (and Remarkably Successful) Middle East Media Project

October 12, 2018

“Let us not kid ourselves, Russia is now the most influential player in the region, and that is mostly due to Obama’s doctrine….which saw the U.S. role shrink.” (Faisal Abbas on RT)

The Kremlin’s Former PR Adviser Talks

January 13, 2014

Why does the image of the Russian state, despite the tens of millions of dollars invested in PR, leave much to be desired? This is what The New Times asked Angus Roxburgh, who served several years in Ketchum PR-agency, that advises the Kremlin In 2013, just one year after the “premiere”, a new edition of […]

Russia is the Winner, Saudi Arabia and Israel the Losers

November 27, 2013

ITAR-TASS is the Russian state owned media giant, and El Murid is a pro-Kremlin analyst, and this editorial on the Iranian nuclear deal should be read as such. After several somewhat complex paragraphs about the breakdown of the technical aspects of the deal, Murid gets to his real point — America’s allies are weakened by […]

Saudi Arabia is Trying to Buy Russia at the Expense of Syria?

August 9, 2013

The Kremlin has denied an agreement¬†with Saudi Arabia that would provide Russia with massive arms contracts in exchange for dropping Russia’s support for Syrian President Bashar al Assad. Before the denial, however, there was limited reference to the reportedly proposal in most mainstream Russian press outlets. However, one such mention was in MK, a kind […]