Issue 173 - 20 Oct 1981
ARAB NATIONALISM fuelled by the Palestine issue hit the Arab Gulf States as wealth was giving them both the opportunity and the incentive to stop being protected by one outside power as an alternative to being threatened by some other. But their societies, Iraq perhaps excepted, were not ready for speedy natural evolution through domestic resources.
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