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The Atlantic — Arms Sales to the Gulf Have Failed — June 21

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The Atlantic — Arms Sales to the Gulf Have Failed — June 21

Andrew Exum, U.S. deputy assistant secretary of defense for Middle East policy from 2015-2016, June 21, 2019, The Atlantic Online First, let me be impolite but clear: Despite spending billions of dollars on military hardware, our Gulf partners do not have very good militaries. They sport large collections of weapons and equipment—some shiny, some rusted—but not real capabilities. That’s why I raise my eyebrows when administration officials cite the threat

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Saudi Arabia Daily

DebateUS Saudi Arabia Files Full Saudi Resources Should cut aid to Said Arabia John Hutson, 9-10, 19, Hutson is a former United States Navy officer and judge advocate general who was dean of the University of New Hampshire Law School, 9-10, 19, https://thehill.com/opinion/national-security/460777-strong-national-security-must-address-critical-human-rights, Strong national security must address critical human rights Our military is also involved in the quagmire in Yemen, where war is exacerbating the worst humanitarian crisis in

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Saudi Sales Bibliography, files, essays, videos

Daily Update All DebateUS arms sales resources  Case Intro Essay   Aff Essay   Neg Essay Video Lecture Background — US Policy — “Emergency” Infuriating Congress, Trump Keeps Pushing Saudi Arms Sales (2019) Only eight months after the murder of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi threw U.S.-Saudi relations into turmoil, the Trump administration appears increasingly bent on selling arms to Riyadh in its campaign to isolate Iran, angering members of Congress. That was