During the past 15 years, China has embarked on an aggressive campaign of defense sales and business acquisition to influence even the closest allies and partners of the U.S. Using unmanned aerial systems (UAS) as one point of entry to build bilateral relationships with traditional U.S. allies and partners, China has secured access to key markets and advanced its “string of pearls” strategy.  The changes to UAS export policy announced by the current U.S. administration in ...

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