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  "Why Saudi Arabia Needs The AWACS"
Saudi Arabia had estimated oil reserve at the end of 1985, 173 billion barrels enough to last almost 50 years.
Saudi Arabia is second only to the Soviet Union in oil production and leads the rest of the world in oil reserves.
As an anti-Communist country and as the largest oil producer in the Gulf, Saudi Arabia is vulnerable to military threats arising out of the Iran-Iraq conflict, from radical states in the area and especially from the Soviet Union or Soviet inspired direct and indirect military action.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/library/report/1987/ASE.htm   (1399 words)

  
 World Communist Movement - Enpsychlopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
Communist Party of Israel, which is considered an "Arab party" in Israeli politics, a minority of its members are Jews though.
The Communist Party of China was established in 1921, and both the Communist Party of Indonesia (PKI) and the Communist Party of Japan (later Japanese Communist Party) were established in 1922.
The Communist Party of Sri Lanka was born in 1943, formed out of the pro-Soviet wing of the Lanka Sama Samaja Party.
www.grohol.com /psypsych/World_Communist_Movement   (2562 words)

  
 EnciclopedyList of Communist Parties -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
Denmark - Communist Party of Denmark, Communist Party in Denmark
Portugal - Communist Party of Portugal, Portuguese Communist Party
Serbia and Montenegro - New Communist Party of Yugoslavia
www.adago.com /List_of_Communist_Parties.html   (859 words)

  
 List of Communist Parties: Information From Answers.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
The formation of communist parties in various countries was first initiated by the formation of the communist Third International by the Russian Bolsheviks.
Some Communist parties have names such as Socialist Party, Socialist Workers Party, Workers' Party, etc. The parties on this list are mostly those that were aligned with either Moscow or Beijing during the Cold War and their offshoots.
Moldova - Communist Party of the Republic of Moldova
www.answerbar.com /topic/communist-party   (1737 words)

  
 Juan Cole: The Iraqi Shiites
Saudi Arabia, an absolute monarchy, was a crucial pivot of U.S. policy from the 1970s forward.
The Baath Party finally came to power in 1968, and though it did ban the Communists it went on to have indifferent relations with the United States until the Iranian Revolution and the Iraqi invasion of Iran in 1980.
Saudi Arabia would be marginalized and the allegedly pernicious effects of its Wahhabism fought.
www.bostonreview.net /BR28.5/cole.html   (5908 words)

  
 Michel Kamel Papers
Despite the fact that he supported the decision to disband the party, he was one of the few who revised this decision in the late sixties and initiated the Marxist groups, which united and reestablished the Egyptian Communist Party in 1975.
In that year Michel Kamel was elected as member of the Central Committee and Politburo of the Egyptian Communist Party and sent abroad to Lebanon, where he started the Foreign Section of the party and acquired the recognition of international communism to his newly formed party.
Mouthpiece of the Egyptian Communist Party (al-Hizb al-Shuyui al-Misri).
www.iisg.nl /archives/nl/files/k/10885892full.php   (3021 words)

  
 Friedman: Hummers Here, Hummers There   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
Saudi Arabia, by contrast, has been drifting under an ailing king, trying to buy a different perception of itself with better advertising rather than with deeper reform.
If we were telling the Saudis the truth, we would tell them that their antimodern and antipluralist brand of Islam — known as Wahhabism — combined with their oil wealth has become a destabilizing force in the world.
The Saudis are not going to like to tell their domestic radicals to straighten up their acts or else, but as a practical matter they will have little choice.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/917231/posts   (1669 words)

  
 The Religious Policeman
A Saudi man's diary of life in the "Magic Kingdom", where the Religious Police ensure that everything remains as it was in the Middle Ages.
SAUDI scholars, Imams and women say that unveiling in critical situations is appropriate, and called for establishing policewomen sections within existing male departments to help foil terrorists who disguise themselves in Abayas.
ICC is very concerned that the Saudi’s, who claim to be the United States’ partners in the war on terror, have continued to imprison, torture and deport expatriate Christians workers in Saudi Arabia.
muttawa.blogspot.com /2004_04_01_muttawa_archive.html   (16757 words)

  
 Challenge -- July 10
The Air Force compound was bombed by terrorist forces in Saudi Arabia who want to get rid of the current government and replace it with one more independent of the U.S. The economy in Saudi Arabia has taken a turn for the worse over the last 10 years because the price of oil has dropped.
Saudi Arabia produces even more oil than Kuwait, and the U.S. US will not hesitate to kill millions more to hold onto that oil.
The 5,000 U.S. 5000 US soldiers in Saudi Arabia along with the two 2 million other U.S. US soldiers around the world can be a force to change history by turning their guns against the capitalists.
www.plp.org /cd96/cd710.html   (7844 words)

  
 Political priorities and parties (Norway - the official site in Saudi Arabia)
The most important of these is the left-right dimension, where the parties are distributed along an axis according to their concern with equitable distribution and public planning and control.
To the left are the socialist parties, such as the Social Left Party and the Labour Party.
The Centre Party, the Christian Democratic Party and the Liberal Party are found in the middle of the left-right axis.
www.al-norwige.org.sa /facts/political/priorities   (470 words)

  
 Freedom House: Press Freedom Survey 2000: Country Reports   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
In January, the home and office of a newspaper journalist were raided and she was detained by police in an attempt to intimidate her into disclosing the source of an article about the alleged misconduct of a shipping magnate.
Political parties are represented on the commission that controls the broadcast media.
The boards of the three main state-owned television channels are appointed by the parliament and tend to represent the political parties.
www.freedomhouse.org /pfs2000/reports.html   (10952 words)

  
 International Religious Freedom Report 2002: Executive Summary
The Lao People’s Revolutionary Party (LPRP) and the Government maintained their narrow interpretation of the constitutional provision for religious freedom, thus inhibiting religious practice by all persons, especially those belonging to minority religions, particularly Christianity, that fall outside of the mainstream Buddhism.
At times it stems from the emergence of a country from a long period of Communist rule, in which all religion was prohibited or, at best, out of favor.
Several states announced measures including banning opposition-affiliated imams from speaking at mosques, more vigorously enforcing existing restrictions on the content of sermons, replacing mosque leaders and governing committees thought to be sympathetic to the opposition, and threatening to close down unauthorized mosques with ties to the opposition.
www.state.gov /g/drl/rls/irf/2002/13608.htm   (8542 words)

  
 Arabic News Front Page for 6/22/2005
The US secretary of state Condaleezza Rice said she raised during her talks in Saudi Arabia the issue of sentences against three opposition reformers who signed a petition together with other ten calling for constitutional reforms, noting that her country follows up the case closely.
Saudi Arabia has rejected criticism raised by the US secretary of State Condaleezza Rice about the field of democratic reforms and human rights in the kingdom.
Saudi Arabia intends to make a feasibility study to establish a network for railways at investments estimated at billions of dollars in order to interlink the Gulf Cooperation Council GCC member states.
www.arabicnews.com /ansub/Daily/Day/050622/FP.html   (825 words)

  
 1990B
It was later estimated that $1.5 billion was received in bribes, kickbacks and commissions from a variety of enterprises.
American combat troops in Saudi Arabia, meanwhile, were told to prepare for a long stay.
Ramiz Alia met with the students 4 days later; a multiparty system was introduced; the Democratic Party, the first opposition party was established; the regime authorized political pluralism.
www.shelbyjackman.com /school/timeline/1990B.HTML   (7999 words)

  
 Near East Collection at Yale University: Selected Internet Resources 7
Syrian Social Nationalist Party (SSNP) - Based in Lebanon, SSNP calls for the unity of Natural Syria and for the reform of the Syrian society
Written in Stone - virtual exhibition of ancient inscriptions from the Epigraphy Collections of the National Museum of Saudi Arabia.
Türkiye Komünist Emek Partisi (TKEP/Leninist) Communist Labour Party of Turkey/Leninist
www.library.yale.edu /neareast/neareastern7.html   (1482 words)

  
 Iraqi communist party IRAQ:PRESS AND NEWS AGENCIES REPORTS    (English)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-04)
US says Saudi Arabia will allow use of air bases against Iraq - The Guardian (UK).
Meanwhile, the Iraqi army said Thursday that militias organized by the ruling Baath party have been holding exercises in central Iraq aimed at countering a U.S. attack, another sign that Saddam Hussein's government may believe war is inevitable.
Keeping up the onslaught of rhetoric between Baghdad and Washington, the ruling Baath Party newspaper al-Thawra wrote in a front-page editorial directed at President Bush: "The administration of little Bush is launching a mad campaign based on lies and accusations." More...
www.iraqcp.org /report11/indexdec2002.htm   (5837 words)

  
 Czech Communist Party’s velvet return
In Slovakia, the period of grace accorded to Vladimir Meciar’s successors is already ending in rejection of the shaky coalition’s austerity programme.
In the Czech Republic, renewed support for the Communist Party reflects growing opposition to the economic transition now jointly managed by social democrats and conservatives.
French — L'étonnante résurgence du Parti communiste tchèque
mondediplo.com /2000/04/10czech   (145 words)

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