Karen Elliot House is a former WSJ publisher. She is also an expert on Saudi Arabia and the author of On Saudi Arabia: its People, Past, Religion. Fault Lines—and Future. Ms. House notes in this WSJ article, “ The House of Saud, which has ruled the kingdom off and on for more than 270 years, historically has survived by ducking and weaving, by seeking to avoid confrontations while trying to satisfy everyone. As a result the kingdom has been reliant on others—essentially the U.S.—for its security.”
Ms. House continues, “ISIS is a clear threat and the need to confront is inevitable.”
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