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Saudi Arabia's Overrated Oil Weapon
OVERESTIMATES OF ARAB OIL POWER are an important and harmful influence on policy toward the Middle East. The following myths, or outdated facts, support the world's misjudgment of the power of the Persian Gulf oil producers--especially Saudi Arabia, but also Iran, Iraq, and the Gulf states.
Saudi Envoy Promised Bush a Drop in Oil Prices Ahead of Election
Saudi Arabia's ambassador to the U.S. has promised President George W. Bush the Saudis will reduce oil prices before this November's election to help the U.S. economy, according to Bob Woodward, author of a new book about the Iraq war.
Saudi secrets are safe with Bush
White House and House of Saud have mutual interest in silence
If the Bushes reveal damaging information about the Saudis, what might the Saudis reveal about them?
The Secret Saudi Flight on 9-13 Could be the Key to the Bush-Saudi-Al Qaeda Connection
The intriguing report told the tale of a flight out of Florida that allegedly took place on September 13 - a day when ALL civilian air traffic in the United States was grounded.
Saudis aided in Iraq more than thought
During the Iraq war, Saudi Arabia secretly helped the United States far more than has been acknowledged, allowing operations from at least three air bases, permitting special forces to stage attacks from Saudi soil and providing cheap fuel, U.S. and Saudi officials say.
28 Pages Later Why is George W. Bush handling Saudi Arabia so gently?
And of those passages, none is more glaring or important than the 28-page section that deals with support the 9/11 hijackers received from foreign governments -- mostly, according to inside sources, from officials in the government of Saudi Arabia.
Bush Still Has Not Explained Ties to Saudi Arabia
The new allegations once again put President Bush's close ties to the Saudis front and center. Despite the Saudi government's potential ties to terrorists and 9/113, the president still calls the Saudis "our friend"4 and Vice President Cheney continues to dote on the royal family5. As CBS News reports, Bush has "personal and deep financial ties with the Saudi royal family"
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