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Roxanne Perugino


Roxanne Perugino is a Legislative Policy Analyst at the Arab Center Washington DC.

Comment: After the fiasco that saw National Security adviser Flynn forced to resign over his links with Russia, new nominee General McMaster could temper Trump's bluster, says Roxanne Perugino.

27 February, 2017

Comment: Republican control of Congress and White House by no means ensures the relationship between Trump and Congress will be smooth sailing or that Trump’s proposals and policies will prevail

21 January, 2017

Comment: Trump has shown little enthusiasm for America's commitment to security in the Middle East. Roxanne Perugino asks how US relations with Gulf states may be set to change.

27 December, 2016

Comment: While the headlines speculate over a Trump or Clinton victory, Roxanne Perugino takes a look at how the battle for control of congress might pan out.

03 November, 2016

Comment: US-Saudi tensions may worsen, if changes to sovereign immunity law allow families of 9/11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia, writes Roxanne Perugino

21 September, 2016

Comment: While Trump and Clinton steal the headlines, it is the race for control of the Senate that should be brought into focus, writes Roxanne Perugino.

17 August, 2016

Comment: While Clinton faces a more difficult campaign due to the email scandal, her supporters are likely to stick by her, despite their disappointment, writes Roxanne Perugino

12 July, 2016

Comment: Misguided legislation will serve only to exacerbate tensions between already frayed relations between the United States and Saudi Arabia argues Roxanne Perugino.

02 June, 2016