Rumour or blueprint for a future reality?

October 2002
Middle East;Oct2002, Issue 327, p14
Reports the apprehension for war in Arab countries. Threat to the national security of Saudi Arabia; Possibility of a political reform in Syria; Factors influencing the change of power in Iraq.


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