When Israel Sells Arms to Everybody, 'Dr. Strangelove of Drones' Feels Invincible

The arrest of Israelis on suspicion of developing, producing and illegally selling arms to an Asian superpower rival of the U.S. doesn’t reflect good law enforcement – but fear. Meanwhile, Malaysia, Vietnam and Azerbaijan remain controversial markets for Israeli weapons

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An investigation into dozens of Israelis suspected of developing, producing and illegally selling suicide drones to an Asian superpower rival of the United States, as reported last week, is the latest proof of Israeli defense officials’ mismanagement of the country’s arms dealing.

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