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Export Controls examines how the U.S. has attempted to restrict the export of national security sensitive equipment, finance, knowledge, and technology since World War II. It also examines attempts to influence U.S. policies while concluding that some export controls are essential for promoting and defending U.S. national security interests.
About the Author
Bert Chapman is Government Information, Political Science, and Economics Librarian and Professor of Library Science at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN. He is the author of four previous books including Geopolitics: A Guide to the Issues. His research interests include government and scholarly literature on national and international security, foreign policy, and various aspects of diplomatic, economic, military, and political history.