[Here is the Rand think tank. Now judging by the authors, and just general history, we have a Jew-friendly organisation with Jews inside it. What we are seeing here, is how Israel is dumping the West and swinging to China. Notice that this has been going on “… since the early 2000s ….” … would that mean, after 911?
div>The little criminal state of Israel, is the home to “new high tech startups”, most likely 90%+ of which are being started with US technology. The Jews are stealing from the USA and WEST and handing it over on a plate TO OUR RACE'S GREATEST ENEMY. Ponder that. Jan]
Chinese Investment in Israeli Technology and Infrastructure
Security Implications for Israel and the United States
by Shira Efron, Karen Schwindt, Emily Haskel
elations between China and Israel have expanded rapidly since the early 2000s in numerous areas, including diplomacy, trade, investment, construction, educational partnerships, scientific cooperation, and tourism. Israel seeks to expand its diplomatic, economic, and strategic ties with the world’s fastest-growing major economy and diversify its export markets and investments. China seeks Israel’s advanced technology and values Israel’s location as part of the Belt and Road Initiative. Chinese investments in Israel have grown substantially and include investments in high-tech companies that produce sensitive technologies as well as the construction and operation of key infrastructure projects. Chinese investment in sensitive technologies and construction of major Israeli infrastructure projects present distinct concerns for Israel and the United States. The authors examine the extent and nature of Chinese investments in Israeli technology and infrastructure and discuss the security implications these pose for Israel and the United States. The primary concern regarding investment relates to Chinese ownership of companies that might possess sensitive technology or data; concerns over construction are focused on the use of infrastructure projects to further Chinese foreign policy goals. The operation of infrastructure projects affords China unique surveillance opportunities and possibly economic and political levers of influence. The report concludes with a set of open-ended questions that merit further investigation to better understand the magnitude of risks associated with Chinese investment in the Israeli market.
Security risks exist for both Israel and the United States
Investments by Chinese companies’ links to the Chinese government, the People’s Liberation Army, and the Chinese Communist Party pose security risks.
Chinese investment and construction could lead to leaks of sensitive technology and cyberespionage.
Chinese and Israeli interests in the Middle East are incompatible.
The security risks of Chinese investment and construction could affect the Israel-U.S. relationship.
Data on Chinese investments in Israeli technology and infrastructure are not systematically collected, and more research is needed to capture the full extent of Chinese access.
Further investigation is needed into the question of what type of regulatory mechanism Israel is in the process of creating to monitor foreign investment and how effective it will likely be.
More research is needed into the nature of the threat to the United States posed by Chinese acquisition of sensitive technologies from U.S. allies, including, but not limited to, Israel.
Table of Contents
China’s Outbound Investment Strategy
Foreign Investment and Regulatory Policies in Israel
Chinese Technology Investment and Construction in Israel
Security Risks for Israel and the United States
Concluding Thoughts and Research Gaps for Further Study
Chinese Investments in Israel