Thoughts of an Arabian Commander

Issue 512 - 06 Jun 1995
Prince Khaled bin Sultan rose to international prominence during the 1990-91 Gulf War as the Commander of Joint Forces during Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He shared the stage with General Norman Schwarzkopf and represented the Kingdom's desire not to be overwhelmed by its American allies. Soon after Iraq's defeat he resigned from the Saudi armed forces and has since concentrated on his other interests, including overseeing the fortunes of the pan-Arab daily Al Hayat whose revival in 1988 he backed.

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