Blanche, Ed
July 2001
Middle East;Jul/Aug2001, Issue 314, p19
Reports on the Russian drive to resume large-scale military cooperation with Middle Eastern countries of the world as of July 2001. Threat of imposition of unilateral sanctions against Russia by the U.S. on sale of missiles to Iran; Difficulties faced by Russia in establishing influence over the region; Success of Russia's drive to find Middle East markets for weaponry; Necessity of exports for survival of Russian arms industry.


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