Western Arms Trade To The Middle East: Not for Peace and Nothing Learnt

Western Arms Trade To The Middle East: Not for Peace and Nothing Learnt

 

Comment by Jan Oberg

With a focus on the Saudi war on Yemen, this episode of PressTV’s News Line takes up the larger problem of the “weaponization” of conflicts that makes them almost impossible to solve. Syria would be another good example of this insanity.

Jan Oberg has argued before that governments and private arms traders who transfer arms to places where there is war already ought to be perceived as war criminals. But today, most see only politicians and military commanders as such. See comment 5 here.

 

One Response to "Western Arms Trade To The Middle East: Not for Peace and Nothing Learnt"

  1. Vibeke Larsen   March 21, 2018 at 10:16 am

    Yes. War is business for some. Its not about creating peace. And New armdeals –
    UK and USA to Saudi. Very bad and sad

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