Veiled Threat

Peretz, Martin
January 2002
New Republic;1/28/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 3, p12
Offers observations on the U.S. foreign relations with Saudi Arabia, which may need consideration following the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Fall in oil prices in Saudi Arabia; Discouragement of tourists and journalists in Saudi; Scarcity of literature on Saudi Arabia; High number of guest workers as compared to native workers; Stand of the Saudi government in context with activist Osama bin Laden and other anti-American terrorists; Treatment of women in Saudi Arabia.


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