The Political Scene
The Arabs' inability to come up with an answer to Iraq's invasion of Kuwaithas thrown the region into what is possibly the gravest political crisis sincethe foundation of the state of Israel. The UN has voted for draconian economicsanctions against Iraq, Turkey has cut the flow of Iraqi oil to theMediterranean, and the Iraqis have annexed Kuwait, but all these developmentshave been overshadowed by the Saudi decision to call for outside help...
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