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In an upcoming paper, William Hartung, director of the Arms & Security Project at the Center for International Policy, argues that, despite the focus on Saudi Arabia, “as the primary source of arms and training for the UAE military, the United States bears some responsibility for that country's actions in Yemen.
The Trump administration is the “military-industrial complex personified,” said William Hartung, director of the Arms & Security Project at the Center for International Policy. Hartung noted that while the administration is bringing arms industry officials into government, it is also demanding a massive increase ...

William Hartung, direttore dell'Arms & Security Project del Center for International Policy, ha sottolineato come nessuna amministrazione precedente si sia mai lontanamente avvicinata al fatturato economico derivante dagli accordi bellici siglati, come quella Obama. Una gestione politica che ha venduto ...
... director of the Arms & Security Project at the Center for International Policy. Hartung noted that as some nations ramp up spending, U.S. firms will be “knocking at the door, looking to sell everything from fighter planes to missile defense systems.” “Russian saber-rattling has additional benefits for weapons ...
Former Ambassador Matlock's answer – about the need “to secure employment in the United States” – actually zeroed in on a subject well known to William D. Hartung, director of the Arms & Security Project at the Center for International Policy. Hartung has long explored the myth of massive jobs creation ...

... a leading voice against arms reduction, opposes cutting nuclear warheads on ideological grounds. But pork barrel considerations remain more prevalent on Capitol Hill, said William Hartung, director of the Arms & Security Project at the Center for International Policy. Campaign money also has an impact.
In an upcoming paper, William Hartung, director of the Arms & Security Project at the Center for International Policy, argues that, despite the focus on Saudi Arabia, “as the primary source of arms and training for the UAE military, the United States bears some responsibility for that country's actions in Yemen.

The Trump administration is the “military-industrial complex personified,” said William Hartung, director of the Arms & Security Project at the Center for International Policy. Hartung noted that while the administration is bringing arms industry officials into government, it is also demanding a massive increase ...
William Hartung, direttore dell'Arms & Security Project del Center for International Policy, ha sottolineato come nessuna amministrazione precedente si sia mai lontanamente avvicinata al fatturato economico derivante dagli accordi bellici siglati, come quella Obama. Una gestione politica che ha venduto ...
... director of the Arms & Security Project at the Center for International Policy. Hartung noted that as some nations ramp up spending, U.S. firms will be “knocking at the door, looking to sell everything from fighter planes to missile defense systems.” “Russian saber-rattling has additional benefits for weapons ...
Former Ambassador Matlock's answer – about the need “to secure employment in the United States” – actually zeroed in on a subject well known to William D. Hartung, director of the Arms & Security Project at the Center for International Policy. Hartung has long explored the myth of massive jobs creation ...
The Deutsche Bank-Lockheed exchange “underscores a longstanding truism of the weapons trade: war — or the threat of war — is good for the arms business,” says William Hartung, director of the Arms & Security Project at the Center for International Policy. Hartung observed that Hewson described the ...
... a leading voice against arms reduction, opposes cutting nuclear warheads on ideological grounds. But pork barrel considerations remain more prevalent on Capitol Hill, said William Hartung, director of the Arms & Security Project at the Center for International Policy. Campaign money also has an impact.
... of exports in their overall revenues, and they have been seeking major deals in East and Central Europe since the 1990s, when NATO expansion began," said William Hartung, director of the Arms & Security Project at the Center for International Policy.


 

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