Frustrated at seeing “Chinese knockoffs” on the runways of U.S. allies in the Middle East, the Trump administration has released updated policies for the export of conventional weaponry, including unmanned aircraft, that it says will make sales of U.S. equipment easier and faster. The new policies on conventional arms transfer (CAT) and unmanned aircraft system (UAS) exports will provide allies and partners “with greater access to U.S. arms and reduce their reliance of ...

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