John Duke Anthony

President of the National Council on US-Arab Relations

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After stops in Israel and the Arab Emirates, the Secretaries of State and Defense are in Saudi Arabia, working out the details of a  massive sale of sophisticated weapons .

Arms for Diplomacy in the Middle East

After stops in Israel and the Arab Emirates, the Secretaries of State and Defense are in Saudi Arabia, working out the details of a massive sale of sophisticated weapons .

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