Marcus Montgomery is a Junior Analyst for Congressional Affairs at Arab Center Washington DC.
Analysis: President Biden and the Democrats face a highly contested midterm election that will impact US foreign policy goals in the Middle East, including oil politics, military aid, renewing the JCPOA, and regional normalisation with Israel.
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Comment: Yemenis are already susceptible to many preventable diseases, but for Trump to cut aid during a pandemic is nothing short of lethal, writes Marcus Montgomery.
Comment: Where Congress is limited in its ability to curtail Trump's actions, progressives and leftist grassroots are stepping in, writes Marcus Montgomery.
Comment: Mohammed bin Salman has forged a dangerous and unsustainable path by doing the exact things Jamal Khashoggi warned him against, writes Marcus Montgomery.
Comment: Less than a year after Khashoggi's murder, Saudi Arabia continues to act with impunity in Yemen and Sudan. It's time for Congress to act, writes Marcus Montgomery.
Comment: Trump is using tensions with Iran to bypass Congress and push through weapons sales to Saudi Arabia and UAE, writes Marcus Montgomery.
Comment: The only way the White House would willingly change tack on Riyadh is if the president thinks he looks bad, writes Marcus Montgomery.
Comment: Even if the resolution gets the necessary votes just to be debated, it will undoubtedly receive a slew of amendments, writes Marcus Montgomery.
Comment: For record numbers of Arab and Muslim candidates, the Midterms are a chance to prove their worth as politicians, and stand up to Trump's bigotry, writes Marcus Montgomery.