Edited by Tamar Gabelnick, former director of the Arms Sales Monitoring Project at the Federation of American Scientists, and Rachel Stohl, senior analyst at the Center for Defense Information, examines the growing momentum to overhaul the arms export control system. It describes special governmental support for the weapons industry; probes the justifications for major changes to the export system; examines the potential risks associated with these changes; and provides suggestions to strengthen the export control system. The book provides sound, factual research and analysis so that there can finally be an honest, comprehensive debate on this critical issue. Introduction and conclusion are available in Adobe Acrobat by clicking on the link below.
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Title: Challenging Conventional Wisdom: Debunking the Myths and Exposing Risks of Arms Export Reform
Publication date 2003-06-01
Publication Year 2003
World Security Institute
, Center for Defense Information
, defense industry
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