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    And Weapons for All

    ISBN-10: 0060190140
    ISBN-13: 9780060190149
    Author(s): William D. Hartung
    Description: Shows that attempts to achieve foreign policy objectives through weapons sales have become a staple of US diplomacy. The US role in the arming of Saddam Hussein is well known as are the unsavoury machinations behind the Iran/Contra affair.
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    Publisher: World Policy Institute
    Binding: Hardcover
    Pages: 352
    Weight: 1.408
    Language: English

    Shows that attempts to achieve foreign policy objectives through weapons sales have become a staple of US diplomacy. The US role in the arming of Saddam Hussein is well known as are the unsavoury machinations behind the Iran/Contra affair.

    William D. Hartung is Director of the Arms and Security Initiative at the New America Foundation. He is the author of And Weapons for All (HarperCollins 1994) and How Much Did You Make on the War, Daddy? A Quick and Dirty Guide to War Profiteering in the Bush Administration (Nation Books 2005).

    Acknowledgments
    The $134 Billion Questionp. 1
    The Nixon Doctrine: Roots of the Arms Sales Addictionp. 21
    Congress Steps Inp. 45
    The Carter Policy: Why Not Restraint?p. 63
    Reagan's Supply Side Foreign Policyp. 84
    The Reagan Doctrine: Arming Anticommunist Rebelsp. 105
    Bush Policy: Institutionalizing Arms Sales Promotionp. 130
    The Permanent Arms Supply Network (I): The Corporate Arms Merchantsp. 155
    The Permanent Arms Supply Network (II): Middlemen, Dealers, and the Secret Tradep. 176
    The Middle East: Bottomless Market, Endless War?p. 198
    Who Armed Iraq?p. 222
    Selling Out: The Korean Connection and the New Dynamics of the Arms Tradep. 248
    A New Policy?p. 272
    Epiloguep. 295
    Notesp. 299
    Indexp. 329
    Table of Contents provided by Blackwell. All Rights Reserved.

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