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There's No Business Like the Arms Business. Weapons “R” Us (But You'd Never Know It)

Center for Research on Globalization - ‎vor 16 Stunden‎
Washington has brokered deals for more than $50 billion in weapons sales to Saudi Arabia alone for everything from F-15 fighter aircraft and Apache attack helicopters to combat ships and missile defense systems. The most damaging deals, if not the most ...

The Coming Crisis in US-Turkey Relations

CounterPunch - ‎29.07.2016‎
The abortive coup in Turkey on July 15, coming at a moment of Turkish-Russian rapprochement and mounting friction with the U.S. over the Kurdish independence movement in Syria, threatens to seriously damage U.S.-Turkey relations. Whether or not the ...
Echtzeit-Berichte

The Staggering, Semi-Secret, $70 Billion Annual U.S. Global Arms Business

AlterNet - ‎26.07.2016‎
Vice Admiral Joe Rixey, who heads the Pentagon's arms sales agency, euphemistically known as the Defense Security Cooperation Agency, estimates that arms deals facilitated by the Pentagon topped $46 billion in 2015, and are on track to hit $40 billion ...

The Obama Administration Has Brokered More Weapons Sales Than Any Other Administration Since World War II

The Nation. - ‎26.07.2016‎
Vice Admiral Joe Rixey, who heads the Pentagon's arms sales agency, euphemistically known as the Defense Security Cooperation Agency, estimates that arms deals facilitated by the Pentagon topped $46 billion in 2015, and are on track to hit $40 billion ...

How to Arm a “Volatile” Planet

LobeLog - ‎26.07.2016‎
Vice Admiral Joe Rixey, who heads the Pentagon's arms sales agency, euphemistically known as the Defense Security Cooperation Agency, estimates that arms deals facilitated by the Pentagon topped $46 billion in 2015, and are on track to hit $40 billion ...
Echtzeit-Berichte

There's No Business Like The Arms Business

Just International - ‎27.07.2016‎
There are occasional pieces that, for example, take note of the impact of U.S. weapons transfers, including cluster bombs, to Saudi Arabia, or of the disastrous dispensation of weaponry to U.S. allies in Syria, or of foreign sales of the costly ...
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