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