Weapons deals between the U.S and Gulf Cooperation Council nations are still flowing, despite disagreements about U.S. talks with Iran and earlier discussions of a U.S. strike on Syria. "I haven't seen any indication that foreign policy decisions are leading to a down spiral in U.S. overseas sales," said Andrew Shapiro, a former senior State Department official who headed the bureau responsible for foreign military sales. "If anything, the last few years have seen significant increases in sales."

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