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Class Struggle in the Arab Gulf
Since the 18th century, British imperialism has maintained control over the principalities of the eastern and southern coasts of the Arabian Peninsula; but this imperialist hegemony is now dissolving. As British forces retreat from the Gulf,  new contradictions are exploding which threaten the position of world imperialism and the local ruling classes.
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