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Saudi paradox

Saudi Arabia has a new king, but it is doubtful anything will really ever change in this dictatorial kingdom. Is Washington’s close relationship with the Saudi royal family a growing foreign policy liability? What does the U.S. get out of this relationship? And what about Riyadh's export of an extremist ideology?

CrossTalking with Richard Murphy, Hussain Abdul-Hussain, and David Keyes.