Since 2017, major players in the Persian Gulf have conducted a flurry of lobbying to win over US policymakers.
This campaign, revealed in Foreign Agents Registration Act documents, has affected US policy across the region, from the war in Yemen to where US troops there are based.
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It was a bare-knuckle brawl of the first order. It took place in Washington, DC, and it resulted in a KO. The winners? Lobbyists and the defense industry....
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