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The USA The United States sold more than $80 billion in military hardware between 1951 and 2006 to the Saudi military. https://web.archive.org/web/20101111112056/https://fas.org/asmp/profiles/saudi_arabia.htm https://www.aljazeera.com/economy/2014/04/15/saudis-lead-middle-east-military-spending/ The UK The United Kingdom has also been a major supplier of ...


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As some answers say, many people give weapons to Saudi Arabia. The United States has given arms to Saudi Arabia in a 2017 deal with the combined arms sold to Saudi Arabia worth $110 billion. This deal included tanks, combat ships, missile defense, and radar. For the Yemen conflict, the United States secretly provided refueling and logistics for Saudi Arabia. ...


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Have there been any cases made public of officially designated terrorism incidents in which the people charged by USA (state or federal) justice officials either self-identified as Antifa or were described by the justice officials as endorsing Antifa ideology? Short answer: if there were bona fide cases of Antifa terrorism, we would know about them already. ...


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This question seems fundamentally flawed in its premise. There has been pretty much an all-out war on ISIS, within the limitations imposed by its structure. Western countries have had a large coalition bombing and attacking their infrastructure and camps. Numerous countries have participated: USA, France, Canada, among others. Iraq and Kurdish areas have ...


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While ISIS has declared itself as a state, the view of the rest of the world is somewhat muddied (emphasis mine): Since ISIS declared itself a caliphate on June 19, 201410, the group has received extensive attention in the media, and several attempts have been made to define the goals of ISIS and its role in the world. However, ISIS’ claims to statehood are ...


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After the devastation of World Wars I and II, and the beginning of the nuclear arms race, governments came to the conclusion that full-scale war was simply too economically damaging to justify its goals. The only victories in modern war are pyrrhic victories. So through the Cold War and beyond, major industrialized nations have restricted themselves to bush ...


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You may not remember an all-out-war. There hasn't been any involving superpowers for 70 years. All-out war means lots and lots of people dying. And these aren't theoretical people. They are actual real-life, flesh and blood people, being killed painfully and gruesomely: bleeding out, with shrapnel wounds, with body parts missing. They are not all "bad ...


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