U.S. export control lists need to be constantly updated so less crucial technologies can be removed to make room for newer technologies that pose a security risk if sold internationally, President Barack Obama’s nominee to be the State Department’s arms control negotiator told lawmakers June 9. Noting that the lifecycle of cutting-edge technologies can be “as short as 18 months,” Rep. Ellen Tauscher (D-Calif.) told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that “we have to understand what ...

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