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House of Saud: A Family at War 

A look at the role of Saudi Arabia in recent years in politics and international conflicts, in particular at the changes in politics in recent years, as the kingdom is changing under the rule of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
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Saskia Reeves ...  Self - Narrator 3 episodes, 2018
Bruce Riedel Bruce Riedel ...  Self - CIA Officer 1977-2006 / ... 3 episodes, 2018
Ali Shihabi Ali Shihabi ...  Self - Arabia Foundation 3 episodes, 2018
Madawi Al-Rasheed Madawi Al-Rasheed ...  Self - London School of Economics 3 episodes, 2018
David Petraeus ...  Self - CIA Director 2011-12 3 episodes, 2018
Michael Stephens Michael Stephens ...  Self - Royal United Services Institute 3 episodes, 2018
Fahad Nazer Fahad Nazer ...  Self - Political consultant to the Embassy of Saudi Arabia, Washington 2 episodes, 2018
Chas Freeman Chas Freeman ...  Self - US Ambassador to Saudi Arabia 1989-1992 2 episodes, 2018
Abdallah Al-Mouallimi Abdallah Al-Mouallimi ...  Self - Saudi Ambassador to UN 2 episodes, 2018
Mohammed Alyahya Mohammed Alyahya ...  Self - Atlantic Council 2 episodes, 2018
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A look at the role of Saudi Arabia in recent years in politics and international conflicts, in particular at the changes in politics in recent years, as the kingdom is changing under the rule of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

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Its all about Corrupt House of Saud
28 February 2018 | by asifawesome90See all my reviews

Saudi Arabia is an enigma in the 21st century on one hand its modern infrastructure gives a false impression of development on the other hand its has one of the worst human rights records in the world in fact Saudi Arabia is one of most religiously radicalized societies with adherence to first millennium AD values of the human society, still proudly practiced or otherwise brutally enforced to those who dissent Saudi Arab is not that simple radical country like Afghanistan it has global power base and its tentacles are spread not only over the Muslim countries but US and UK both powerful countries of the world most of time act as cronies of Saudi or vice versa. Saudi has come a long way from desert country to a necessary evil in 21st century. Every developed nation has an ambivalent feeling about the relations with this repressive kingdom. This documentary is a nice attempt to look into the affairs of the country with its special focus on the human rights record and terrorist funding of the country, I will highly recommend this documentary to those who want to understand this extremely important country in global politics.


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English

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9 January 2018 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Saudi Arabia - penger, makt og korrupsjon See more »

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BBC Current Affairs See more »
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