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  1. The Impact of Sanctions

    During the past year, the United States, the European Union, and others have put into place the strongest sanctions yet against Iran. These measures restrict business with Iran’s energy, financial, and transport sectors and, in the case of the United State ...

  2. Wisconsin Project Testimony before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation, and Trade

    The Export Administration Act (EAA) is the foundation of our system for controlling the export of dual-use, militarily sensitive technologies from the United States. For most of the last two decades, this key statute has been in lapse. The dual-use export ...

  3. Hearing on Export Control Compliance: Ensuring Safety, Increasing Efficiency

    For over a decade, we have seen a consistent push by industry to weaken U.S. controls on the export of militarily sensitive technologies. Though tasked with protecting U.S. national security, successive administrations have succumbed to the pressure to &qu ...

  4. Hearing on U.S.-India Nuclear Cooperation: Strategic and Nonproliferation Implications

    The Committee is right to emphasize the strategic nature of the plan. The legislation to implement it goes to the heart of our national security. The bill now before Congress would change our export control laws- laws that have been in effect for almost th ...

  5. Hearing on Iran: Cutting Off the Means to Make the Bomb

    As the committee knows, the Iranian nuclear dispute has reached a turning point. Iran has rejected efforts by Britain, France and Germany to resolve things diplomatically. It has not accepted Russia's offer to shift Iran's nuclear enrichment work ...

  6. Hearing on Iran: Weapons Proliferation, Terrorism, and Democracy

    I will concentrate my remarks upon the present negotiations Iran is conducting with Britain, France and Germany. First, I would like to point out that the deal struck among these countries in November should be seen as a tactical step. It was intended to b ...

  7. Hearing on WMD Proliferation and U.S. Policy Toward China

    As the Commission well knows, China's exports continue to be a serious proliferation threat. Since 1980, China has supplied billions of dollars' worth of nuclear weapon, chemical weapon, and missile technology to South Asia and the Middle East. I ...

  8. Hearing on Iran's Nuclear Program and Imports of Sensitive Technology

    I am pleased to appear before this joint committee to discuss Iran's nuclear program and Iran's imports of sensitive technology. I direct the Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control, a research organization here in Washington that is devoted to ...

  9. Hearing on Export Control and Arms Proliferation: China and Russia

    If we look around the world today, and ask ourselves what are the "pacing items" in the spread of mass destruction weapons, the answer is clear: they are Chinese and Russian exports. Sales by these two countries are now fueling the spread of chem ...

  10. Hearing on China's WMD Exports

    Today, China's exports are the most serious proliferation threat in the world. They have been so for the past decade and a half. Since 1980, China has supplied billions of dollars' worth of nuclear weapon, chemical weapon and missile technology t ...

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