What Are US Options for Saudi 'Consequences'?

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Opec-plus’ decision last week to slash oil supply has ignited fury in Washington. Congressional rhetoric ramped up quickly, with threats to respond to Opec-plus leader Saudi Arabia in various ways, and US President Joe Biden promising “consequences for what they’ve done.” So what options does the Biden administration have in “re-evaluating” its relationship with Riyadh or countering the impact of oil supply restrictions?

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