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"… anama Papers, have remained silent or refused to open inquiries, including Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Ukraine, where the parliament rejected a proposal to create a c …"

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"… Trump has also promised to short-circuit U.S. financial support for NATO, Saudi Arabia, Japan, and South Korea unless each starts ponying up more funds to pay fo …"

"… s.” He went on: “South Korea, these are very rich, powerful countries. Saudi Arabia, nothing but money. We protect Saudi Arabia. Why aren’t they paying?” …"

"… very rich, powerful countries. Saudi Arabia, nothing but money. We protect Saudi Arabia. Why aren’t they paying?” Actually, they do pay billions of dollars to …"

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"… o a patsy of friends and foes alike, unwilling to stand up to the likes of Saudi Arabia, Mexico, China, and Japan, whether the issue is immigration, trade or nati …"

"… ast and sometimes caustically assesses the roles played by others, such as Saudi Arabia. It’s ironic, of course, that these remarks reached the public only beca …"

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"… y a patsy of friends and foes alike, unwilling to stand up to the likes of Saudi Arabia, Mexico, China, and Japan, whether the issue is immigration, trade or nati …"

"… her we like it or not,” and that other countries such as South Korea and Saudi Arabia might also get the bomb unless the world gets “rid of them entirely.” …"

"… s.” He went on: “South Korea, these are very rich, powerful countries. Saudi Arabia, nothing but money. We protect Saudi Arabia. Why aren’t they paying?” …"

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"… mb killed 19 American servicemen at the Khobar Towers apartment complex in Saudi Arabia. A U.S. court later held that the bombing had been “planned, funded, and …"

"… rganization has also made millions selling apartments to the government of Saudi Arabia, the New York Daily News reported in September. The Saudi government is fo …"

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"… expended on behalf of troubled nations from 2010 to 2015. Russia and Saudi Arabia far outspent most countries on representation with more than $40 million e …"

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"… ng its defense spending by 7.4 percent to reach an estimated $215 billion. Saudi Arabia surpassed Russia to become the third largest defense spender, spending $87 …"

"… spending data. Several Central Asian republics do not publish figures, and Saudi Arabia only announces what they plan to spend, not what they actually spent. Lau …"

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"… uricio Macri, whom President Obama met with last month, and King Salman of Saudi Arabia, whom Obama plans to visit this month. “I'm not going to be able to con …"

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"… ies controlled by the prime ministers of Iceland and Pakistan, the king of Saudi Arabia, the president of Ukraine and the children of the president of Azerbaijan. …"

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"… ies controlled by the prime ministers of Iceland and Pakistan, the king of Saudi Arabia and the children of the president of Azerbaijan. They also include the nam …"

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"… with the Washington Post on March 21, referring to the cost of protecting Saudi Arabia in particular. The amounts given by G.E., Lockheed and Boeing employees t …"

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"… ction to supply reactor fuel, pointing explicitly to Japan as a precedent. Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Algeria, and Indonesia could also follow Japan’s example. Expert …"

"… ourage uranium enrichment everywhere, leaders in Brazil, Argentina, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, Jordan, and South Korea say they see nuclear power, along with t …"

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"… ts in the Fragile States Index have turned to the firm for representation. Saudi Arabia’s image problem Saudi Arabia, a U.S. ally that has nevertheless suffere …"

"… ave turned to the firm for representation. Saudi Arabia’s image problem Saudi Arabia, a U.S. ally that has nevertheless suffered from a major image problem tha …"

"… 010. After the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in 2001, Qorvis began defending Saudi Arabia against claims that the country was soft on terrorism. The work led three …"

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"… obbying for in Washington, as part of a bilateral nuclear trade agreement. Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Algeria, and Indonesia, could also follow Japan’s example, Sokol …"

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"… taunch U.S. allies, among them Canada, Germany, Britain, Turkey, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. Afghanistan, Lithuania, Morocco, Poland, Romania and Thailand all hosted …"

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"… know, includes extremist elements as well as rebels supplied with arms by Saudi Arabia with Western advice and encouragement. In short, the new claims emanating …"

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"… increase arms sales to friendly Middle Eastern countries, most notably to Saudi Arabia, which last year purchased $33 billion in arms from America.And, of course …"

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"… jumping from $14.3 billion in 2010 to $56.3 billion in 2011. CRS points to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates as countries that bolstered their arms purcha …"

"… purchasing in 2011, which CRS says could be linked to concerns over Iran. Saudi Arabia purchased more than $33 billion in arms from the U.S., including 84 new F- …"

"… f the Army’s signature land vehicle.But “the U.S. arms agreements with Saudi Arabia were extraordinary,” concluded the report, as they “represent, by far, …"

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"… tions include the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Israel, Djibouti, Honduras, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Bahrain.Three nations with records of suppressing democratic …"

"… ehind. Much of the recent U.S. increase came from vastly expanded sales to Saudi Arabia, Brazil and India.“Obviously, we’re going to continue to press and adv …"

"… urity guards used disproportionate force against the protesting workers.”Saudi ArabiaCommercial arms authorized:Total:$877,678,790 (16th)Types of weapons:Firear …"

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"… tive Plastics was formed in 2007 when General Electric sold GE Plastics to Saudi Arabia’s largest public company, SABIC, for $11 billion. Its Mount Vernon locat …"

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"… he Persian Gulf states, which account for about 18 percent — mostly from Saudi Arabia, which alone is responsible for 12 percent.In fact, five countries — Can …"

"… ch alone is responsible for 12 percent.In fact, five countries — Canada, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Venezuela and Nigeria, in that order — accounted for 69 pe …"

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"… national Peace Research Institute), China, Britain, France, Russia, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Germany, India, Italy, and Brazil. Experts have complained that Obama und …"

"… GDP on security, less than some countries in the nervous Middle East, like Saudi Arabia, or in the conflict-prone Horn of Africa, like Eritrea.  But traditio …"

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"… n on Oil & GasHuntsman claimed that the U.S. has more natural gas than Saudi Arabia has oil. But that’s not accurate, according to Steven Grape of the Energ …"

"… wake up to the reality in this country, that we have more natural gas than Saudi Arabia has oil."Grape told PolitiFact.com that “we don’t have more …"

"… act.com that “we don’t have more natural gas in this country than Saudi Arabia has oil, but we produce more natural gas in this country per year than Sau …"

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"… O reported.A similar delay in checking on 766 night-vision goggles sent to Saudi Arabia and distributed to forces around the kingdom caused the embassy to rely on …"

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"… Cain.His clients at the Loeffler Group, one of his earlier firms, included Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong and the state of Hidalgo Mexico. Loeffler resigned as a volunte …"

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"… coast. Pipelines already stretch from Canada to Oklahoma and Illinois.Only Saudi Arabia has more recoverable oil than Canada, which has an estimated 175 billion b …"

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"… he potential outbreak of Avian influenza, and the U.S. missions in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and Islamabad, Pakistan, underscore the continuing need for a funding sour …"

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"… Azerbaijan, the United Arab Emirates, China, Rwanda, Vietnam, Tajikistan, Saudi Arabia, Libya, Iraq and Iran.So what measures does Interpol take to prevent polit …"

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"… U.S. national security:The most populous Arab nation, Egypt has vied with Saudi Arabia as the premier Arab ally of the United States. Once the trend-setter in Ar …"

"… lose on the tactical level, we may gain on the strategic level,” he said.Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia is the region’s great economic prize, sitting on top of one …"

"… tactical level, we may gain on the strategic level,” he said.Saudi ArabiaSaudi Arabia is the region’s great economic prize, sitting on top of one fifth of the …"

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"… the Center in an interview he worked as a security expert at a company in Saudi Arabia for the last couple of years but wanted to return home with his wife, a Sp …"

"… rsion to Islam after the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, his recent work in Saudi Arabia, his opposition to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the fact that he h …"

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