This is a 1:12 scale miniature digital download I designed for you to make a miniature set of The Game of Thrones books which open, have 16 pages and when constructed each measures approximately 13/16 of an inch high by 5/8 of an inch wide. The titles are prominent on the spine so they will look GREAT open or closed. Also comes with the Map of Westeros and Display Box. Scaled perfectly for your dollhouse, room box, dollhouse coffee table or a book shelf in your miniature scene.
You are purchasing downloadable PDFs which includes the 5 books, Map and Display Box PDFs and construction tutorial PDFs. Once purchased you can download the PDFs to make this book set. Set you printer on the highest quality. It takes time and patience to make these little books. The pictures don't do justice to the real thing.
Nevertheless, there is still something very wrong about the GCC's long history of relying on the rhetoric of cooperation rather than the reality. There is something wrong about games of thrones where Saudi Arabia and the UAE should go to war in Yemen without Oman (which has a common border with Yemen). And, there is something wrong about the failures to create effective systems to integrate air and maritime defense, and the lack of real progress in missile defense.
These games of thrones and divisions within the GCC and Arab world have allowed Iran's Al Quds force to use of train and assist personnel, limited arms shipments, provision of Iranian volunteers and support of the Lebanese Hezbollah to have far more impact than should ever have been the case. Like the failure to properly provide and target aid to the weaker Arab states, and the slackness in the effort to fight extremism, they have done immense damage to the Arab world.
The United States may be partially at fault for pushing too hard for Arab Gulf force improvements regardless of cost and the impact on internal stability. The fact remains, however, that current Arab Gulf spending and arms transfers are shaped in large part by the failure of the \"game of thrones\" states to cooperate, develop effective, integrated, and interoperable capabilities, buy only what they need, and save where they can take advantage of their strategic partnership with the United States. Who needs a foreign threat when you have careless princes 1e1e36bf2d