The decision earlier this month by Saudi Arabia, in coordination with Russia as part of OPEC Plus, to cut oil production has escalated tensions in the U.S.-Saudi relationship. The Biden administration has pledged to respond "methodically" to what it perceives as a flagrant snub and collusion with Moscow, while bipartisan calls have erupted in Congress to halt security assistance to Saudi Arabia. For its part, Riyadh asserts it was acting solely out of economic self-interest.

What's next for the troubled, decades-long U.S.-Saudi partnership and how have shifts in the global order changed each side's stake in it? What are Biden's policy options moving forward?

Join Carnegie’s Frederic Wehrey as he welcomes U.S. Senator Chris Murphy, Hala Al-Dosari, and Martin Indyk to discuss the future of U.S.-Saudi relations.