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The U.S. and Saudi Arabia in the Middle East: An Alliance of Competing Powers, Too Risky to Break?

"Daesh has a mother: the invasion of Iraq. But it also has a father: Saudi Arabia and its religious-industrial complex. Until that point is understood, battles may be won, but the war will be lost.... ... policy rules, Riyadh decided to increase its U.S. lobbying USD 3.66 billion. EPA/YOUSSEF BADAWI Boris Dolgov, Omar Mahmood: The Syrian Conflict: Russian and GCC Perspectives The U.S. allies largely share the same needs, i.e. security guarantees plus more aggressive political ...

25.11.2015

The Syrian Conflict: Russian and GCC Perspectives

The Syrian conflict continues to deteriorate, with estimates suggesting a death toll in ... ... This comes at a time when the long-term regional role of key players such as the US, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and Iran, remains up in the air. This report aims to remedy this communication... ... regime and the radical opposition represents, together with the actions of the “Islamic State” (IS), the main military-political crisis in the Middle East today...

19.11.2015

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