Who's in Charge? Systems of Power: Saudi Arabia

Who's in Charge? Systems of Power: Saudi Arabia

Author: Franklin Watts

Publisher: Franklin Watts

ISBN: 1445169177

Page: 48

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Its influence also hinges on two other key factors: its wealth and its religion. This book considers the history of Saudi Arabia and its rulers and discusses what makes the country unique.

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