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Attacks on Saudi Arabia Spell Bad News for the U.S. Military

Despite billions in U.S. arms sales and training arrangements, the Saudi military appears incapable of protecting its own oil infrastructure

Credit: Fayez Nureldine/Getty Images

AsAs the security situation in the Persian Gulf continues to deteriorate in the aftermath of Sunday’s cruise missile attacks on…

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Mitchell Prothero

Mitchell Prothero

I write about foreign policy and security issues. Currently reside in Athens, Greece with a stray cat named Sybil.

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