Mitsubishi and Areva will build three reactors in USA 
A consortium of Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) and France's Areva has two informal deals to build three reactors in the US, and is also bidding for a project in Finland.
Hitachi is in advanced negotiations over the construction of a nuclear plant in Lithuania, and will jointly develop small reactors in Canada. Abu Dhabi signed a US$20 billion of 5,600 megawatts by 2020 with Kepco, South Korea. The disaster of Fukushima is forgotten. The power of money suppresses any doubts on security and dependency.
Sustainable energy, a must for the arabian countries 
Instead of getting dependent on uranium producing countries the Arabs should stay independent an invest in wind turbines and solar energy, the energy of the next decades. The Abu Dhabi Masdar company considers to invest in wind power in the relatively undeveloped market of the former Soviet bloc, instead of building an Arabian cooperation for the production of solar and wind power in their region.
War technology developed by Emirates and USA instead of peaceful cooperation 
Talon system is a laser-guided rocket system that was jointly developed by Raytheon, a US defence and aerospace firm, and Emirates Advanced Investments (EAI). The production will start in either the UAE or the US soon.
Easy money builds war materials and is proud of it. Emirates should develop technologies to use crude oil for the production of carbon fibre and get solar and wind energy for electricity production.
 Japan looks to region for new nuclear business
 Abu Dhabi mulls wind investment
 Laser-guided rocket on target. 16 Nov 2011.