4 edition of The Saudis found in the catalog.
by Blackstone Audiobooks
Written in English
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The Saudis is a fascinating novel about the development and culture of Saudi Arabia since the oil boom/5. The Saudis offers a fascinating portrait of Saudi life, chronicling Mackey's extraordinary travels and experiences and depicting Saudi Arabia's strange metamorphosis from backward desert kingdom to.
The U.S.-Saudi relationship dates back to when President Franklin D. Roosevelt met with the founder of the modern Saudi state, King Abdulaziz ibn Saud, in aboard a.
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The new book by Ben Hubbard, The New York Times’s Beirut bureau chief, draws on dozens of interviews to yield a disturbing portrait of unchecked ambition. Saudi Arabia is already America's second-largest source of crude, behind only Canada.
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Saudi Arabia had long been known for two things: oil and Islam. The first was pooled in such great quantities under the kingdom’s sands that it had turned its .