Under both Donald Trump and Barack Obama, the U.S. government has supported Saudi Arabia in a savage war that is leaving a humanitarian catastrophe in its wake, with (according to recent estimates) some 462,000 in danger of starvation. Where is the moral outrage of our media, which is so touched by human tragedy when doing so suits the regime?
About the Guest
Iona Craig is an independent journalist who served for five years as Yemen correspondent for the Times of London. In 2016 her reporting on Yemen won her the Orwell Prize for journalism, the UK’s most prestigious prize for political reporting.
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