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Unemployed in Russia Who and Where Are They

Gulf war, the social and political chemistry of the Arab world has undergone basic changes. True, there has been no repeat of the Iranian revolution but if the killing of American soldiers in Khobar Tower in Saudi Arabiain the summer of 1996 is any indicator, then it can be argued that the Arab regimes are no longer capable of protecting US interests in the region as they could do, say, 10 years back. It is high time that American foreign policy-makers review and reassess their west Asian policy.

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