Issue 72 - 25 May 1982
The recent informal meeting in Riyadh between King Khaled, Shaikh Zayed, the Ruler of the U.A.E., Shaikh Isa, the Ruler of Bahrain, and Kuwait's Foreign Minister Shaikh Sabah al Ahmad, produced no substantitive commiques nor were any needed to divine its purpose. The region's concerns about the Gulf War are fast turning to consternation, as Iraq's military position becomes ever more precarious and the prospect of a victorious Iran looms over the Gulf.

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