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China unhappy as U.S. sanctions oil company

China unhappy as U.S. sanctions oil company

February 2012
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European Union embargoes Iran sales

European Union embargoes Iran sales

February 2012
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FDI controls in Germany’s defence and cryptography sectors

FDI controls in Germany’s defence and cryptography sectors

March 2012
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In recent years, the German government has tightened the regulations governing foreign direct investment into the country’s defence sector. Dr. Bärbel Sachs examines the regime controlling inward..

Exporting data from France: what does the legislation say?

Exporting data from France: what does the legislation say?

March 2012
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The growing internationalization of data exchange brings greater challenges to those tasked with protecting both national security and individual freedoms. Olivier de Courcel and Laurent Teyssandier..

Enforcing export controls in France

Enforcing export controls in France

March 2012
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The introduction into French law of penalties specifically for violation of export controls has added great weight to the country’s anti-proliferation capabilities. Raphaël Barazza reviews the..

Considerations in how to approach voluntary disclosures of export violations

Considerations in how to approach voluntary disclosures of export violations

March 2012
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Voluntary disclosures of export violations to the various government agencies may make good business sense but their repercussions are not always what one might expect. Jason Waite and Diego Marquez..

U.S. export control reform: a view from across the pond

U.S. export control reform: a view from across the pond

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Are the planned U.S. export control reforms truly on track? Jason Poblete examines the ‘four singularities’, the key planks of the reform, and turns an eye to the likelihood of change against a..

Network surveillance technology – worldwide export controls update

Network surveillance technology – worldwide export controls update

March 2012
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The use of network surveillance technology by repressive regimes to suppress pro-democracy movements has brought calls for a tightening of export controls of the technology. David Hardin reviews the..

Truth: rarely pure and never simple

Truth: rarely pure and never simple

March 2012
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Thales Spat ‘hurting U.S. interests’

Thales Spat ‘hurting U.S. interests’

March 2012
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