I wasn’t happy about the Dubai ports deal, given my lack of confidence in the Department of Homeland Security. But now I’m really upset that the Brit aerospace company – Doncasters – is about to be sold to Dubai.
Doncasters is – according to this FT report — a supplier to very sensitive programs including the Joint Strike Fighter. I’ll check with DoD and other sources. But I’m almost positive that we can’t risk security by enabling Dubai interests to get a view inside programs such as that one. We cut the Israelis out of JSF as a penalty for their sales to China. I don’t favor letting any nation into JSF or other weapon system programs if we can’t be entirely certain of maintaining security. With Dubai, that’s just not a good bet.
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