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Title: The Limitations of American Middle East Alliance on Counterterorism, Saudi Arabia as an example
Authors: Chan, Ngai Pun
Department: Department of Public and Social Administration
Issue Date: 2008
Course: SA4600
Abstract: Terrorism and counterterrorism become very infamous after 9/11. In order to counterterrorism, President George W. Bush has established the global alliance on counterterrorism. Because of the main target on counterterrorism is in Middle East. Therefore, studying the tradition alliance of Saudi Arabia and America is very important. The study of Saudi-American relation is not the main theme of political discussion. But it does not mean that it can be overlooked. Saudi Arabia is the largest oil exporting country. And its geographic position would be one of the most dangerous parts in the world. To study the historical and domestic elements of Saudi Arabia, it would be better to understand the successfulness of this alliance.
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