Law and Politics of West-East Technology Transfer

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Hiroshi Oda
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1991 M09 19 - 265 páginas
This book is based on an international conference at the University of Tokyo on CoCom and its related export control system'. Despite the changes in the overall political climate, such as the new thinking' in Soviet foreign policy, it seems that CoCom will continue to function for some years. Although the scope of control has been narrowed, the control itself has been tightened. All the old problems which caused conflicts within and outside CoCom still exist. The United States is still exercising export controls in an extra-territorial way via its extensive re-export control system. The 1988 Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act remains unaltered, notwithstanding its controversial nature. This book is a major contribution to the discussion of current legal and political issues concerning export controls, a discussion which has gained greatly in importance as a result of the Gulf crisis.

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Western Export Controls Affecting the Eastern Bloc An International
31
An Analysis of Cyclical Trends
41
U S Governmental Controls over Technology Exports with Particular
65
WestEast Technology Transfer and Amendments to Japanese Export
93
National Security and the Control of Technology Transfer in Japan
107
CoCom and the Japanese Regulation of Exports The Response
119
The View of European Countries
135
The British Experience
155
Transfer of Technology in EastWest Trade with Special Reference
185
Soviet Foreign Trade Reform and Technology Transfer
211
A Theory of the Administration of National Security Export Controls
235
WestEast Technology Transfer in the Context of Perestroika
245
List of Contributors
261
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