The US is looking to ramp up its arms sales to countries in the Middle East amid continuing concerns that Iran's nuclear program could one day produce weapons of mass destruction. Countries like the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia are talking to the US about how they can upgrade their respective militaries in the face the Iran threat.

Iran's Neighbors Turn to U.S. for Arms

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The US is looking to ramp up its arms sales to countries in the Middle East amid continuing concerns that Iran's nuclear program could one day produce weapons of mass destruction.

Though Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has signaled his readiness to negotiate his country's nuclear program, supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has vowed not to "succumb" to international pressures emanating from the US. ...

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