Industry and government revisit U.S. export controls. But will the second time be a charm?
With industry concerns growing that the arms export control system is hurting business and hampering cooperation with foreign partners, advocates of reform are coalescing around plans for a renewed push to change. The question now is, how far can they go? Under current law, export controls are delegated to the State Dept., whose Office of Defense Trade Controls is responsible for processing export licenses. With the end of the Cold War, industry and government officials alike felt there ...
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