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American regulation of arms exports

by Elton Atwater

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Published by W.S. Hein & Co. in Buffalo, N.Y .
Written in English

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  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Firearms industry and trade -- Law and legislation -- United States,
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    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Elton Atwater.
      SeriesMonograph series of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Division of International Law ;, no. 4.
      ContributionsCarnegie Endowment for International Peace. Division of International Law.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF1990.M8 A8 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 287 p. ;
      Number of Pages287
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL48035M
      ISBN 101575885611, 1575885735
      LC Control Number99048876

        The statistic shows the trend-indicator-value (TIV) of Australian arms exports in , by country. In , the TIV of Australian arms exports to the United States amounted to about 30 million. The U.S. arms export control regime was first established in August , when American public and policymakers were leaning towards isolationism after the Great File Size: KB.

      Meanwhile, Russia’s biggest buyers were India, China, and Algeria, which consumed 60% of its arms exports. Overall, it sold arms to 56 countries and the rebels it backs in Ukraine, according to. American regulation of arms exports / Washington, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, KF M8 A8 Legal obligations of Her Majesty's government arising out of .

      This is, of course, nothing new. The Trump administration, and Barack Obama’s before it, has been trying to transfer oversight of arms exports from the Department of State to the Department of Commerce for years, to ease regulations and boost exports. We at Amnesty International USA, and the arms control community, strongly opposed it then and we still : Adotei Akwei.   The EU’s Common Position on arms exports is the only legally binding region-wide arrangement on conventional arms exports. While the Common Position has increased information-sharing and transparency of Member States’ arms exports, there is still scope for enhancing the convergence of national arms-exports policies and for stricter implementation of the criteria defined in .


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Get this from a library. American regulation of arms exports. [Elton Atwater; Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Division of International Law.].

Order this book Governments have a legal obligation to ensure effective regulation of arms exports and to monitor and supervise the movement of arms to ensure that they do not fall into unauthorized hands. The purpose of this book is to provide a detailed picture of how governments discharge this responsibility.

Individual chapters describe the national efforts of 24 governments to control arms. The regulation of arms and dual-use exports in Sweden: the cooperative model 8.

A comparative analysis of the regulatory regimes in the UK, Germany and Sweden: the convergence-divergence mix explained 9. Conclusions Part IV. Appendices Appendix A. National and multilateral statements on controlling arms exports Appendix B.

Chapter 1. The French arms export policy model. Chapter 2. The new post-Cold War arms market: competition, regulation and Europeanisation. Chapter 3. Ambiguities of the French arms export policy in the post-Cold War era.

Chapter 4. Nicolas Sarkozy’s ‘stimulus package’ for arms exports. Chapter 5. The Arms Export Control Act of (Title II of Pub.L. 94–, 90 Stat.enacted Jcodified at 22 U.S.C. 39) gives the President of the United States the authority to control the import and export of defense articles and defense services.

The H.R. legislation was passed by the 94th Congressional session and enacted into law by the 38th President of the United Titles amended: 22 U.S.C.: Foreign Relations and. The arms industry, also known as the defense industry or the arms trade, is a global industry which manufactures and sells weapons and military technology, and is a major component of the Military–industrial consists of a commercial industry involved in the research and development, engineering, production, and servicing of military material, equipment, and facilities.

Governments have a legal obligation to guarantee effective control over arms exports and to monitor and supervise the movement of arms to ensure they do not fall into unauthorized hands. This book provides a detailed description of how governments discharge this responsibility.

Individual chapters describe national efforts to control arms transfer, concentrating on the existing legal framework. The statistic shows the U.S. total arms exports in expressed in TIV, by country. The TIV is based on the known unit production costs of a core set of.

Contents. Table of Contents. Foreword: The Political Economy of U.S. Defense, by William A. Niskanen Introduction: Fifty Years of Arms, Politics, and the Economy, by Robert Higgs Chapter 1: Baruch, the New Deal and Origins of the Military-Industrial Complex, by Jordan A.

Schwarz Chapter 2: Public Goods, Politics, and Two Cheers for the Military-Industrial Complex, by Dwight R. Lee. Publishes the monthly Arms Trade News. Federation of American Scientists' Arms Sales Monitoring Project, Massachusetts Avenue, NE, Washington, DC,() Publishes the Arms Sales Monitor and The Arms Trade Revealed: a Guide for Investigators and Activists.

of a pan-European arms export regulation. It does so in addressing the Belgian legal framework, along with facts about arms exports that this framework regulates – all of this in the understanding that Belgium is not the sole source for arms that eventually make it to the globe’s problematic regions.

Belgium does appear a country that isFile Size: KB. • The arms sales process works. The process is designed to review complicated and sometimes contentious proposed transfers while balancing a wide range of policy and technological considerations.

Despite the inherent complexity of the process, the vast majority of sales move through the process quickly and efficiently, and United States. Kovacic’ s sobering recounting of failed recommendations belongs to the second section of Arms, Politics, and the Economy, which is composed of concrete institutional overviews of America’ s military-industrial complex.

The book’s second section also includes another chapter by Kovacic, looking at regulation of the weapons industry. Overview of Export Laws and Regulations The United States export laws and regulations operate to restrict the use of and access to controlled information, goods, and technology for reasons of national security or protection of trade.

The Department of State's International Traffic In Arms Regulations (ITAR) (also known as the U.S. American University is a leader among Washington DC universities in global education. American University enrolls a diverse student body from throughout the United States and nearly countries.

The United Nations's groundbreaking Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), which went into effect insets legally binding standards to regulate global arms exports and reflects the growing concerns toward the significant role that small and major conventional arms play in perpetuating human rights violations, conflict, and societal instability worldwide.5/5(2).

The U.S. Export Control System and the Export Control Reform Initiative Congressional Research Service 3 Implementing Regulations The ECA is implemented by the Export Administration Regulations (EAR; 15 C.F.R.

et seq). Conventional Arms Transfers and US Economic Security Strategic Studies Quarterly ♦ Spring 43 Transfer (CAT) policy.1 The president has been especially interested in the economic implications of arms transfers, and they are, indeed, worth a good deal. But the sheer size of the American arms trade, the politics that drive it, the companies that profit from it, and its devastating global impacts are rarely discussed, much less analyzed in any depth.Arms Exports and Their Related Policy Guidelines], which prohibited arms exports to Communist countries, countries subject to arms embargoes under UN Security Council resolutions, and countries involved in or likely to be involved in international conflicts.

Then, inPrime Minister Takeo Miki strengthened these regulations toFile Size: KB.Like the United States, Russian arms exports grew during the past five-year period, but only by percent.

Moscow accounted for 23 percent of global exports, providing arms to 50 countries as well as rebel forces in Ukraine. India accounted for 38 percent of Russian exports, with Vietnam and China importing an additional 11 percent each.