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As the Ukrainian conflict drags on, the U.S. continues to send weapons to Ukraine whilst American arms dealers profit. “The Business of War “, a 30-minute CGTN special, explores the history of U.S. arms dealers and how they benefit from conflicts. The special will focus on 4 chapters – Profit from Conflict, The Military Industrial Complex, Wars & American interests, and American Leadership or Hegemony. Tune in to get a glimpse of the other side of the story…

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