This book addresses the U.S. economic impact of possible restrictions that might be placed on the sale of specific combat equipment to selected countries in the Middle East. It focuses on prospective demand for advanced equipment by Jordan and the member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council.
1. Introduction 2. The Broader Context: The International Market for Military Equipment and Services 3. The Broader Context: The Domestic Economic Implications of the FMS Program 4. Emerging U.S. Restraint 5. Prospective Demand for Advanced Weaponry in the Middle East 6. The Economic Impact of Restraint in Prospective Military Sales to the Middle East 7. Conclusions: Restraint and its Economic Implications