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The 32-year-old prince who’s shaking up Saudi Arabia
The 32-year-old prince who’s shaking up Saudi Arabia
The 32-year-old prince who’s shaking up Saudi Arabia

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This young prince is transforming Saudi Arabia and the Middle East.

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Mohammad bin Salman was designated as Saudi Arabia's new crown prince in June 2017. Since then, he has rapidly consolidated power and led Saudi Arabia towards some progressive reforms, such as granting women the right to drive. He also has plans to privatize certain segments of the economy, with the goal of reducing Saudi Arabia's economic dependency on oil. These changes, along with a suppression of Saudi Arabia's religious Right, could potentially begin to destabilize one of the Middle East's most powerful nations. is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out

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