A controversial debt-fighting law in the U.S. may be eating into the Pentagon’s ability to do many things, but backing up Israel is not one of them, according to officials in both countries who recently unveiled an unprecedented arms sales proposal designed to maintain the Jewish state’s “qualitative military edge” (QME), above all. The $10 billion arms sales package to Middle East allies, including Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, would include the overseas sales debut of ...
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