Dual-Use Technologies and Export Control in the Post-Cold War Era
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This book arises from a joint NAS-Russian Academy of Sciences program to explore possible new approaches to the control of sensitive dual-use technologies, with respect to expanded trade between Western advanced industrialized countries and the republics of the former Soviet Union as well as to the export trade of the Russian and other CIS republics with countries of proliferation concern.

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  • Conflict and Security Issues — Prevention, Security and Response

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232 pages | 8.5 x 11
Paperback
ISBN: 978-0-309-05031-9
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Front Matter i-x
Executive Summary 1-2
Dual-Use Technologies and Export Administration in the Post-Cold War Era: A Joint Statement of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences and the Russian Academy of Sciences 3-32
Papers Presented at the Third National Academy of Sciences-Russian Academy of Sciences Joint Meeting on Dual-Use Technologies, December 12-20, 1992 33-34
High-Performance Computing: Countrollability and Cooperation 35-56
An Assessment of the Controllability of Dual-Use Technologies: Optoelectronic Devices 57-76
American Contribution for the Joint Paper of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences and the Russian Academy of Sciences Working Groups on Structural (Functional) Materials 77-86
Russian Contribution for the Joint Paper of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences and the Russian Academy of Sciences Working Groups on Structural (Functional) Materials 87-96
High-Precision Weapons as a Phenomenon of the Twenty-first Century 97-104
High-Precision Weapons 105-106
Thesis of a Speech on Dual-Use Technologies and Export Control 107-110
Conceptual Approaches to the Problem of Dual-Use Technologies 111-116
A Binocular View of the Issues Associated With Dual-Use-Technologies: Two is Enough to Have a Fight, It Takes More to Keep the Peace 117-120
Papers Presented at the Second National Academy of Sciences-Russian Academy of Sciences Joint Meeting on Dual-Use Technologies, May 26-29, 1992 121-122
A Conceptual Approach to Addressing Dual-Use Technologies: A Framework for U.S.-Russian Dialogue 123-130
Joint Concept of U.S. and Russian Provisions for the Ensurance of Global Stability Under Conditions of the New World Order 131-138
Basic Trends in the Development of Mechanisms for Controlling the Export of Dual-Use Products 139-146
Control of Dual-Use Technologies: A Businessman's Recommendation for Preserving the Military and Economic Security of the United States 147-154
The Justification for Establishing in Russia a Commission on Non-Proliferation of Potentially Strategically Dangerous Technologies 155-160
Main Goals of the Proposed Commissions of the Cabinet of Russian Ministers on the Containment of Potentially Strategically Dangerous Technologies and Weapons 161-162
Application of Verification to Dual-Use Technology Export Controls and Related Issues 163-176
Critical Professions and Categories of Scientists and Engineers, Principles of the Professional and Social Motivation of Their Activities, and Rational Employment Under Conditions of Science Conversion in Russia 177-180
Case Studies 181-188
Economic Incentives Conversion and Dual-Use Technologies: The Case of Russia 189-198
Appendix I: Participants and Agenda for the Third U.S. National Academy of Sciences-Russian Academy of Sciences Joint Meeting on Dual Use Technologies, Decmeber 12-20 1992 Moscow 199-204
Appendix II: Participants, Agenda, and Initial Framework for the Second U.S. National Academy of Sciences-Russian Academy of Sciences Joint Meeting on Dual-Use Technologies, May 12-20, 1992, Washington, D.C. 205-214
Appendix III: Participants and Protocol from the First U.S. National Academy of Sciences-Russian Academy of Sciences Exploratory Meeting on Dual Use Technologies, December 13-21, 1991, Moscow and Perm, Russia 215-220
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National Research Council. Dual-Use Technologies and Export Control in the Post-Cold War Era. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 1994.

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