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review ↠ MBS: The Rise to Power of Mohammed bin Salman ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ô ✵ MBS: The Rise to Power of Mohammed bin Salman Epub ✸ Author Ben Hubbard – Dcmdirect.co.uk A NEW YORK TIMES EDITORS CHOICE A gripping behind the scenes portrait of the riseOr of The Return of Marco Polos WorldA NEW YORK TIMES EDITORS CHOICE A gripping behind the scenes portrait of the riseof Saudi Arabias secretive and mercurial new rulerRevelatory a vivid portrait of how MBS has altered the kingdom during his half decade of rule The Washington Post Longlisted for the PENJacueline Bograd Weld Award NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY Financial TimesForeign Affairs Kirkus Reviews MBSis the untold story of how a mysterious young prince emerged from Saudi Arabias sprawling royal family to overhaul the economy and society of the richest country in the Middle Eastand gather as much power as possible into his own hands Since his father King Salman ascended to the throne in Mohammed bin Salman has leveraged his influence to restructure the kingdoms economy loosen its strict Islamic social codes and confront its enemies around the region especially Iran That vision won him fans at home and on Wall Street in Silicon Valley in Hollywood and at the White House where President Trump embraced the prince as a key player in his own vision for the Middle East But over time the sheen of the visionary young reformer has become tarnished leaving many struggling to determine whether MBS is in fact a rising dictator whose inexperience and rash decisions are destabilizing the worlds most volatile regionBased on years of reporting and hundreds of interviews MBSreveals the machinations behind the kingdoms catastrophic military intervention in Yemen the bizarre detention of princes and businessmen in the Riyadh Ritz Carlton and the shifting Saudi relationships with Israel and the United States And finally it sheds new light on the greatest scandal of the young autocrats rise the brutal killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi agents in Istanbul a crime that shook Saudi Arabias relationship with Washington and left the world wondering whether MBS could get away with murder MBSis a riveting eye opening account of how the young prince has wielded vast powers to reshape his kingdom and the world around himPraise for MBSSaudi Arabia is testing the extremes of tradition and innovation of half baked visions and intensifying repression Ben Hubbards authoritative reporting on the inner sanctums of its society offers a perfect synthesis of journalism and area expertise the best description we have at the moment of why things happen as they do in the kingdomRobert D Kaplan author of The Return of Marco Polos World. This book is a mean cheat to earn some money using current world popularity of the Crown prince To audience Book title that does not correspond to the story inside To the author If you would like to repeat for a 1000 time the story of a journalist who was killed you should have named the book accordingly It would be interesting statistics to see how many copies would have been sold if the cover and the title matched the content It's a shame on one hand if you value your reputation as a writer at all On the other hand being dishonest about what the book is really about tell us enough about the credibility of all the material inside Even the few photos of bad uality inside are selected in a distasteful and irrelevant way and show people with no direct connection to MBS Trees cut to waste Goes directly to garbage Will keep the cover only And will file a Refund case for sure

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MBS The Rise to Power of Mohammed bin SalmanDo in the kingdomRobert D Kaplan author of The Return of Marco Polos WorldA NEW YORK TIMES EDITORS CHOICE A gripping behind the scenes portrait of the riseof Saudi Arabias secretive and mercurial new rulerRevelatory a vivid portrait of how MBS has altered the kingdom during his half decade of rule The Washington Post Longlisted for the PENJacueline Bograd Weld Award NAMED ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR BY Financial TimesForeign Affairs Kirkus Reviews MBSis the untold story of how a mysterious young prince emerged from Saudi Arabias sprawling royal family to overhaul the economy and society of the richest country in the Middle Eastand gather as much power as possible into his own hands Since his father King Salman ascended to the throne in Mohammed bin Salman has leveraged his influence to restructure the kingdoms economy loosen its strict Islamic social codes and confront its enemies around the region especially Iran That vision won him fans at home and on Wall Street in Silicon Valley in Hollywood and at the White House where President Trump embraced the prince as a key player in his own vision for the Middle East But over time the sheen of the visionary young reformer has become tarnished leaving many struggling to determine whether MBS is in fact a rising dictator whose inexperience and rash decisions are destabilizing the worlds most volatile regionBased on years of reporting and hundreds of interviews MBSreveals the machinations behind the kingdoms catastrophic military intervention in Yemen the bizarre detention of princes and businessmen in the Riyadh Ritz Carlton and the shifting Saudi relationships with Israel and the United States And finally it sheds new light on the greatest scandal of the young autocrats rise the brutal killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi agents in Istanbul a crime that shook Saudi Arabias relationship with Washington and left the world wondering whether MBS could get away with murder MBSis a riveting eye opening account of how the young prince has wielded vast powers to reshape his kingdom and the world around himPraise for MBSSaudi Arabia is testing the extremes of tradition and innovation of half baked visions and intensifying repression Ben Hubbards authoritative reporting on the inner sanctums of its society offers a perfect synthesis of journalism and area expertise the best description we have at the moment of why things happen as they do in the kingdomRobert D Kaplan auth. The overall story is fascinating A lot of it is truly terrifying But the writer seems incapable of taking himself out of it The stories and machinations are interesting That Mr Hubbard saw them and how and what he thought and his specific visas when he saw them isless soIt's also deeply unfocused It suffers from a very American journalism lack of focus; the reader gets the impression that it is an extremely rough draft It reads like an essay stretched far past its natural length Or maybe he just needed to make several essays about it Either wayHe also suffers from a common delusion that regular people were as fascinated and repulsed by the Khashoggi affair as journalists were Khashoggi simply wasn't interesting enough dead or alive to warrant so much space in the book Just because they liked him at parties doesn't mean it's going to outrage ordinary people like say destroying YemenAnd frankly Khashoggi could've saved his own skin by keeping his mickey zipped Maybe it's boredom and resentment on my part at how much space he took up but he came across as a boring and pettily thoughtless manThere are good points but this is an amazing premise wasted I found myself longing to see of some paths that Hubbard glanced at rather than what he himself thought and of course Khashoggi For instance he makes it clear that for all of MBS probably sincere nationalism the Kingdom is being circled by international finance MBS idolizes Thatcher It's going to lead to some very predictable ends; if it's anything like the West the economic forces that destroy family formation are going to be blamed on the social liberalizationThe basic useful information you could always have gotten from Wikipedia The insights from within the Kingdom are frustratingly poorly fleshed out and the author can't keep himself put of it What feels like 13 of the book is dedicated to Khashoggi's deeply banal textsThere is a fascinating book to be written about this topic This is not it