Friday, February 24, 2006

UAE, Jolted by Port Deal, Is Key Western Arms Buyer

UNITED NATIONS, Feb 23 (IPS) - The United Arab Emirates (UAE), the centre of a growing controversy over its proposed management of U.S. port terminals, is one of the world's most prolific arms buyers and a multi-billion-dollar military market both for the United States and Western Europe.

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The Price of Hysteria
The Hand Of Karl Rove on Ports Deal
The Great Dubai Debate Festers on
Could You Please Pass the Port?
Dubaigate Deconstructed
Losing Our Minds
Bush Administration ignores the law (again) on DPW deal
Now The Port Deal Is About Racism
Silliness and Rolling Out Rove
The Truth About Dubya and Dubai
Port Deal: It's only business
Free-Trading Away America's Security
Friends of the Earth: Dubai and Toxic Tank Cars: What are Bush’s Priorities?
NBC's Williams and Gregory failed to report the significance of Dubai Ports World's government ownership
Brooks, Limbaugh falsely suggested Schumer, Corzine, and Clinton ignored port security before Dubai deal controversy
Cameron misrepresented Harman-Collins port ownership proposal to accuse Democrats of playing politics
Russert suggested Democrats exploiting port deal for national security credibility; overlooked Democratic track record on bolstering port security
Reports on Bush administration review of UAE port deal failed to mention Rumsfeld "just heard about this over the weekend"


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