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Prince Saud al-Faisal, the Saudi Who Was Washingtons Wisest Ally

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Prince Saud al-Faisal, the Saudi Who Was Washingtons Wisest Ally - Daily Beast


Saudi Prince Saud al-Faisal bin Abd Al Aziz Al Saud, who died early Friday at age 75, was the kingdom’s foreign minister for 40 years. He was a key player in every Middle East crisis for those years and, through war and peace, was a dignified, calm voice advocating his country’s interests. Prince Saud was the son of King Faisal who presided over a critical transition in the 1960s and ’70s. The kingdom’s founder, Ibn Saud, died in 1953 and left the throne to a son who was not up to the job. The country’s finances were wasted and a coup like those that had driven royals out of Egypt, Iraq, and Yemen seemed imminent. Over several years, Faisal outmaneuvered that brother, secured the backing of the Wahhabi clerics and the rest of the family, and took power in 1964. King Faisal ruled over a decade that saw a huge rise in oil prices and the transformation of... He sent his son Saud al-Faisal to Princeton for his education and groomed him to be a diplomat. The king had served as Ibn Saud’s foreign emissary from the age of 12, traveling in 1919 to Europe to represent the kingdom. In 1943, he visited FDR in Washington and began the American alliance with Saudi Arabia. Prince Saud became foreign minister in 1975, after his father was assassinated for bringing television into the country, a move that alienated religious fanatics. By then, he was fluent in seven languages and as at home in Arabia as was in the West. I knew Saud al-Faisal for many years. In the dangerous days after Iraq invaded Kuwait in August 1990, he helped President George H. W. Bush put together the coalition that defended Saudi Arabia and liberated Kuwait. He pressed tirelessly for the coalition to use its victory to address the Arab-Israeli conflict after 1991. . He was passionate about resolving the Palestinian conflict and his great regret was not succeeding. He knew well the failings of the Palestinian leadership, especially Yassir Arafat, but was an articulate advocate of their cause. In the Saudi world, the king, as absolute monarch, makes policy. Prince Saud served four kings and was always careful to deliver what they promised. He suffered from Parkinson’s disease for years and an assortment of other ailments that made his life of constant travel very difficult. He dealt with seven presidents, from Ford to Obama , and even more secretaries of state. I recall his daughters trying to explain how Saudi women loved their country to skeptical Americans. One of his sisters married Prince Bandar bin Sultan, for many years the kingdom’s ambassador in Washington and Prince Saud’s partner in diplomacy. The al Qaeda attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, shook the very foundations of the U. S. -Saudi alliance. The Saudis had been slow to see the danger from al Qaeda to America and even slower to recognize the menace inside the kingdom. Prince Saud believed the invasion of Iraq after 9/11 was a profound mistake that would only make things worse. Today, the kingdom is in the midst of its own war , in Yemen, which has become a dangerous stalemate. The Saudi blockade is creating a humanitarian catastrophe, with some 20 million Yemenis at risk amid acute shortages of food and water. His Royal Highness’s hand will be missed.

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Top: A Bennett McCormick teapot with a well-defined thumb rest and keel on the side of the handle. Bennett glazes are typically crazed, as can be seen in this example.

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Collectible Teapots
Collectible Teapots
Published by Antique Trader Books 1999
ISBN 1582210187,9781582210186
208 pages

Features nearly 2,000 price listings for collectible teapots, along with historical backgrounds, nation-by-nation explanations of style, pattern and composition, collector's guidelines, manufacturer's marks, and more.

Antique Trader Pottery and Porcelain Ceramics Price Guide
Antique Trader Pottery and Porcelain Ceramics Price Guide
Published by Krause Publications 2006
ISBN 9780896894181,0896894185
768 pages

More than thirteen thousand listings of current values and detailed descriptions of pottery and porcelain ceramics, as well as historical details, collecting tips, and color photographs that are useful in identifying rare pieces, are offered in this guide. Original.

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Final Friday Gallery Crawl schedule (Aug. 28)
08/28/15, via The Wichita Eagle Kansas

5-7: Newman University Steckline Gallery, De Mattias Fine Arts Center, 3100 McCormick (“Clay with a Capital T.,” teapots, trays, tureens by the Clay Cartel) 5-8: Artist Central, 3700 E. Douglas (Jasmine Massions photography); CityArts, 334 N.

Kenneth Beem, geology professor
06/09/15, via The Baltimore Sun

Kenneth Alan Beem, a retired Montgomery College geology professor who was a specialist on Baltimore-made pottery, including the McCormick teapot, died of cardiac arrest June 3 at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He was 72 and lived in Catonsville.

A spot of tea with the Queen
A spot of tea with the Queen

With more than 100 years of experience, the Wm.Britain name has earned legendary status by producing the most finely detailed and historically accurate lead-free pewter toy soldiers in the industry. William Britain Jr., an English toymaker, began producing toy soldiers in 1893. Today, Wm.Britain is recognized as the world leader in metal soldiers. From 15th Century knights to 20th Century soldiers, the assortment represents the most expansive in the industry. The toy soldiers are typically 1/32 scale. This is also as 54mm. Which means a standing toy soldier is approximately 2.5 inches tall. ___________________________ McÇormick teapots were produced as a premium item for McCormick Tea Company by the Hall China Company. The first teapots were made in a dark brown color about 1916. Later the version (shown above) was introduced in the 1930s.

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