This book presents a thorough review of U.S. and allied export control policies since World War Il. It presents a historical perspective of how U.S. got into the bureaucratic logjam. The book provides practical and understandable blueprint for the reorganization of the export control function.
Table of Contents
0. Introduction 1. The Origins and Evolution of the U.S. Export Control System 2. The Coordinating Committee for Multilateral Export Controls and the Battle Act 3. National Security Interests 4. Economic Security Interests 5. Issues for the 90s 6. An Export Control System for the 1990s