{short description of image} Fall 2001
Volume 18, Number 3 

Foreword: by Prince Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz, Saudi Arabia's Ambassador to the United States:

Saudi Foreign Policy: Working For Regional And Global Peace and Security:
As the birthplace of Islam, the site of Islamís two holiest places and the cradle of the Arab nation, the modern Kingdom of Saudi Arabia     enjoys a special stature that it has used to resolve various regional and international crises.

Saudi Arabia Views Terrorism As Evil And Pernicious
Having suffered from terrorist attacks itself, Saudi Arabia is well aware of the magnitude of the threat terrorism poses to global peace, stability and prosperity, and is committed to working with the United States and the international community to fight and eradicate the phenomenon.

Saudi-U.S. Relations: Seven Decades Of Friendship
Since establishing diplomatic relations in 1933, Saudi Arabia and the United States have worked to forge a close relationship that today spans the fields of politics, economics, education, technology and other areas of human endeavor, and has been beneficial to both nations.


Minister of Foreign Affairs Prince Saud Al-Faisal addressing the United Nations General Assembly.


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