This book presents various aspects of the changing nature of East-West relations and attempts to anticipate future trends in East-West trade and technology transfer, dealing with the evolution of national approaches towards trade and technology transfer.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction: Eastern Europe in Transition Part One: Contending Approaches to Export Controls 2. U.S. COCOM Policy: From Paranoia to Perestroika? 3. The West European Approach Towards COCOM 4. COCOM: The Japanese Perspective 5. Export Controls Outside COCOM Part Two: The Political Economy of East-West Trade and Technology Transfer 6. Security, Economics, and East-West Trade in the Gorbachev Era 7. Market Considerations and East-West Economic Relations 8. The European Community and COCOM: The Exclusion of an Interested Party 9. Business as Usual in the 1990s? The Implications for Industry Part Three: East-West Trade and Technology Transfer in a New Security Context 10. East-West Trade and Technology Transfer Reconsidered 11. Gorbachev's New Thinking and Western Security 12. Managing Strains within COCOM and NATO 13. Conclusion: Post-Revolutionary Thoughts