Martin, Josh
March 2003
Middle East;Mar2003, Issue 332, p30
Focuses on the military strategies of Middle East countries. Purchase of military arms by Middle East countries to built military capabilities; Estimated amount spend on the purchase of military arms; Sources of military arms for Middle East countries; Factors responsible for increased arms race.


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