15
May
2014

Pakistan Wants Drones, and It Doesn't Need America's Permission to Get Them

Pakistan Wants Drones, and It Doesn't Need America's Permission to Get Them

It's probably not a deal-breaker for a country like Pakistan if Chinese drones lack the ability to transmit information, or resolution, the way American-made models do. "The Chinese technology will be less advanced," Phil Finnegan, the director of corporate analysis for Teal Group, says. "But it's a big advance over not having the technology at all." Pakistan may actually get a better deal partnering with China to tailor still-developing technology to its desired range for lethal strikes, and custom-fit weapons it already has for drones.

Tags China, Drones, Pakistan Media Outlet: National Journal Featured Analyst Philip Finnegan

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