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"Spilling the beans, Riyadh style"

Eckart Woertz, Senior Research Fellow, CIDOB

Mediterrània i Orient Mitjà

Saudi Arabia and other oil rich Gulf countries don’t want to live in the shadow of an Iranian nuclear bomb. Yet when the US embarks on an agreement to prevent this very possibility, they fear it might lead to a grand bargain that gives Iran carte blanche for expansionism in the Middle East.
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