A new U.S. conventional arms transfer policy governing direct commercial and Foreign Military Sales signed by President Barack Obama this year is supposed to allow Washington officials to make ad hoc decisions about military exports, including industrial competitiveness, an official said recently. To be sure, the Presidential Policy Directive 27 on Conventional Arms Transfers, signed by Obama in January, is supposed to further entrench human rights and arms proliferation considerations as ...

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