Future Gulf War

Russell, Richard L.
September 2009
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;2009 4th Quarter, Issue 55, p35
The article reports that Arab Gulf states are increasingly taking measure of Iran's capabilities to wage war. It states that Saudis, Kuwaitis, and Omanis spend 10 percent of their gross domestic product on their militaries which amounts nearly 21 billion dollars, 4 billion dollars, and 2.7 billion dollars respectively. It adds that Gulf Arabs possess some of the most sophisticated armaments in the world.


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