Protecting U.S. security by controlling technology export has long been a major issue. But the threat of the Soviet sphere is rapidly being superseded by state-sponsored terrorism; nuclear, chemical, biological, and missile proliferation; and other critical security factors.
This volume provides a policy outline and specific steps for an urgently needed revamping of U.S. and multilateral export controls.
It presents the latest information on these and many other pressing issues:
World events make this volume indispensable to policymakers, government security agencies, technology exporters, and faculty and students of international affairs.
Table of Contents
|2 The Need for Export Controls in a Changed Global Environment||12-17|
|3 The Impact of Export Controls on U.S. Industry||18-25|
|4 Evidence on the Acquisition of Sensitive Western Technology||26-38|
|5 The Changing Calculus of U.S. National Security Interests||39-60|
|6 The U.S. and Multilateral Export Control Regimes||61-105|
|7 Elements of a New Response: U.S. Policy||106-117|
|8 Elements of a New Response: Multilateral Control Regimes||118-137|
|9 Elements of a New Response: The U.S. Control Regime||138-153|
|10 Improving Methods for List Construction and Review||154-164|
|11 Key Findings and Conclusions of the Panel||165-180|
|12 Summary of Recommendations of the Panel||181-198|
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