In Bahrain, the kingdom has intervened militarily to squash a three-year old ongoing democratic uprising.
The latest Kuwait-hosted Arab summit meeting did not see eye to eye with Saudi on Syria.
Forming a Lebanese government without Hezbullah and its pro-Syria coalition has failed.
Egypt 's calls for a "political solution" in Syria and its refusal to give the Syrian Arab League seat to the opposition could not be interpreted as a friendly position from a country that Saudi Arabia has bailed out, in exchange for its transition away from a MBI rule.
Turkey is at odds with the Egyptian-Saudi newly found partnership.
Iraq is accusing the kingdom of waging a "war" against it, with Saudi now the only country to not have a permanent ambassador to Iraq.
Meanwhile, the kingdom continues to deal with Iran as an "existential threat."
In the background, the Israeli threat could never be overlooked.