After eight years of crushing civil war in Yemen, where hundreds of thousands of people have died of violence and hunger, a new round of talks this week has raised a glimmer of hope for a breakthrough in one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises. The difference between these negotiations and those of years past […]
The kingdom said it had rejected the Biden administration’s urging for a one-month delay to the reduction in output. That could have prevented a price spike before the American midterm elections.
Angered by the kingdom’s decision to team up with Russia to slash petroleum output, the president signaled openness to retaliatory measures, including a halt to arms sales and a new antitrust measure.