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Seller Beware : US International Technology Transfer and Its Impact On National Security

By Wayne M. Johnson, Lieutenant Colonel, USAF

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Title: Seller Beware : US International Technology Transfer and Its Impact On National Security  
Author: Wayne M. Johnson, Lieutenant Colonel, USAF
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Military Science, Military
Collections: Technology, Science Fiction Collection, Authors Community, Business Strategy, Military Science, Economics, Naval Science, Most Popular Books in China, Economy, Literature, Government, Political Science, History
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Publisher: Air University Press
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Johnson, Lieutenant Colonel, Usa, W. M. (n.d.). Seller Beware : US International Technology Transfer and Its Impact On National Security. Retrieved from http://community.schoollibrary.com/


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In this important study, Lt Col Wayne Johnson, USAF, argues that systematic tightening of interagency cooperation and better work on defining sensitive technology prohibitions are needed to maintain the US technological edge. He also maintains that the US government requires a new and disciplined export control process—not the current mosaic of rules, regulations, and perspectives that came out of the cold war, but a process that provides a revamped, systemic approach with consistent implementation. Colonel Johnson explores the problem of defining which technologies the United States is willing to transfer(military or dual-use) and the need to ensure that national security objectives do not take a backseat to economic expediency. To accomplish this end, he argues for better interagency cooperation as a first step leading to a more centralized, coordinated, and strategic view of technology transfer and how it impacts US national security.

 
 



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