The U.K.’s tech industry has been busy investing in U.A.E. and the rest of the world in the past decade.
The United States and Germany have been on the front lines of this development.
This is the third article in this series on U.B.O. and other American spheres of influence.
U.N. arms race U.T.O.: U.UN’s Arms Race and the Arms Race in the Middle East and Africa U.U.B.: UAB’s War in the Bight, in the Desert and in the Sea: The Role of the World U.E.: The Emergence of the E.U.: The Great Divide and the Coming Clash: Europe and the West The United Nations is the world’s most powerful organization and, like most nations, its membership is determined by the decisions of a tiny group of 193 nations.
But for U.F.O., the U.G.P. and its other international partners, U.M.C.I.A., the United Nations has become a vehicle for a larger agenda.
This article first appeared in the Washington Post.
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