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Nawal Zaghir Adhab AL-KHAFAGY

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND ITS INTEREST IN SAUDI ARABIA 1939-1950

The study aims to Since the outbreak of world war, the United States has begun to expand its spheres ‎of influence in the world, particularly the Arabian Gulf region, and the importance of the Arabian ‎Gulf as a vital region in the world has increased after the emergence of oil as well as its importance to ‎the United States, so it began to conclude agreements with Saudi Arabia, especially since the source ‎of energy and its oil components was discovered in large quantities in the territory of Saudi Arabia. It ‎has extended its influence through oil companies, through treaties and military bases to protect areas ‎of influence in Saudi Arabia, the most important of which is the Dhahran base, and Aramco has ‎focused on Saudi oil production.‎

Keywords: United States of America, Saudi Arabia, The Outbreak of World War.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.17.19


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