Now that the deal to put a United Arab Emirates company in charge of six U.S. ports is history, you have to wonder when, if ever, Congress and the American people will awake to the reality that perhaps 20 percent of U.S. defense contracts are going to foreign companies, sometimes even though sensitive technology is involved. As Joe Klein of Time magazine wrote this week, the country is overdue for a “discussion about how the U.S. should respond to the impact of globalization on domestic economic stability, homeland security and foreign policy.”
Posted by Rhonda Holman
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