November 7, 2012

Britain Will Regret Gulf Protection Racket

Seumas Milne, The Guardian

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Sooner or later the Arab despots David Cameron is selling arms to will fall, and the states that backed them will pay the price.

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TAGGED: Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Middle East, David Cameron, UK, United Arab Emirates, UAE

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