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The Saudi Playbook: Self-Investigations of Civilian Deaths in Yemen and Khashoggi

Expand  Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. © 2018 Cemal Kaşıkçı We’ve been here before. Saudi Arabia has a sordid track record of announcing formal mechanisms to look into deaths of civilians at the hands of its own officers which have utterly failed to credibly investigate those deaths. Observors of the Jamal Khashoggi investigation can draw important lessons from that history. And those concerned about war crimes in Yemen can draw insight from the Khashoggi affair.  Each victim of an unlawful Saudi coalition strike in Yemen is as worthy of concern as a Washington Post columnist. A groom and…

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