UK-Israel arms trade blossoms amid the rubble

Sammonds, Neil
December 2002
Middle East;Dec2002, Issue 329, p52
Focuses on the continuous rise in the trade of arms between Great Britain and Israel. Types of military equipment supplied by Britain to Israel; Rules governing arms trade between the two countries; End users of these arms in Israel; Justification given by Britain for its liberal policy on arms export to Israel.


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