Russia's Military Admits It Needs Western Technology | The ...

For other types of equipment import dependence from 60% to 80%. This applies to chemical, printing and textile equipment." To be fair, Russia is hardly the first nation to …

Assessing DOD Control of Surplus Chemical and Biological ...

"DOD should not be a discount outlet for bio-terrorism equipment," Republican Represenative Christopher Shays said, reacting to a General Accounting Office investigation of Pentagon sales of surplus biological weapon equipment and protective suits. This inquiry started in June 2002, in response to reports that new protective gear was being sold cheaply on the Internet, even as military …

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Not Made in America: Why the U.S. May Need to Import ...

February 4, 2017 Topic: Security Region: Americas. Blog Brand: The Buzz Tags: U.S. Military Department Of Defense Defense Technology Trade Not Made in America: Why the U.S. May Need to Import ...

An empirical examination of product counterfeiting crime ...

Counterfeit parts in the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) supply chain threaten national security by compromising critical military operations and placing the lives of military service members at risk. With the goal of illustrating the nature of the risk as it relates to types of counterfeit parts, how they entered the supply chain, and were identified and processed through the criminal ...

PART 110—EXPORT AND IMPORT OF NUCLEAR EQUIPMENT …

Specific license means an export or import license document issued to a named person and authorizing the export or import of specified nuclear equipment or materials based upon the review and approval of an NRC Form 7 application filed pursuant to this part and other related submittals in support of the application.

Quantum Technology Commercial and Military Applications ...

A new report from the Rand Corporation provides an overview of the current state of quantum technology and its potential commercial and military applications. The author, Edward Parker, an associate physical scientist at RAND, discusses each of the three major categories of quantum technology: quantum sensing, quantum communication, and quantum computing.

Defense and Security

Demand for safety and security equipment comes from three main sectors: banking, residential and commercial construction, and tourism (hotels and resorts). There is a strong demand for the import of security equipment to meet the government's security requirements.

Exportation of Military Equipment

The Military Equipment (Export Control) Regulations, 2001 provide for the issue of export authorizations in relation to arms, weapons, ammunition, explosives, toxicological agents and other military equipment, including military vehicles, vessels of war, aircraft and electronic equipment. A list of military equipment which require an export ...

Military Combat Helmets Made By Prisoners Were Defective ...

Thousands of combat helmets made for the U.S. military by prisoners and paid for by the government were defective, putting service members — including some in …

THE EFFECT OF IMPORTS OF TRANSFORMERS AND …

energy infrastructure, the BPS is fundamental to national security, emergency services, critical infrastructure, and the economy.1 The President determined that the unrestricted foreign supply of electrical equipment constitutes an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States.

Energy security is national security - Washington Times

Energy security is national security ... airplanes, solar panels, ships and military equipment. The U.S. is more than 50 percent import-reliant on …

Iraqi Military Industry - GlobalSecurity.org

References. Iraq's Military Industry: A Critical Strategic Target by Timothy D. Hoyt National Security Studies Quarterly Spring 1998 ; Development …

Foreign Relations of the United States, 1952–1954 ...

Subject: Project Solarium; Reference: NSC Action No. 853–c 2 In accordance with NSC Action No. 853–c, summaries of Project Solarium presentations and written reports, prepared by the NSC staff and concurred in by Solarium Task Force representatives, are submitted herewith as a basis for discussion by the Council at its meeting on July 30, together with a summary of the principal points ...

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Vietnam's Ministry of National Defense (MND) limits the number of businesses that may import or export defense equipment. Per MND's decision No. 84, in 2007, regulating the import and export of defense equipment, General Import-Export Vanxuan Corporation (VAXUCO), a military goods importer owned by MND, is the ministry's designated ...

18 U.S. Code § 2320 - Trafficking in counterfeit goods or ...

traffics in goods or services knowing that such good or service is a counterfeit military good or service the use, malfunction, or failure of which is likely to cause serious bodily injury or death, the disclosure of classified information, impairment of combat operations, or other significant harm to a combat operation, a member of the Armed Forces, or to national security, or

2020 China Military Power Report - U.S. Department of …

military and security developments involving the People's Republic of China (PRC). These reports have assessed the contours of China's national strategy, its approach to security and military affairs, and potential changes in the PRC's armed forces over …

In China We Trust? Lowering U.S. Controls on Militarily ...

Executive Summary In mid-October, the U.S. Commerce Department began to implement a new program to reduce controls on the sale of militarily useful American products to China. For the first time, certain companies in China are being allowed to receive such …

eCFR :: 22 CFR Part 120 -- Purpose and Definitions

Pursuant to section 47(6) of the Arms Export Control Act (22 U.S.C. 2794(6) note), major defense equipment means any item of significant military equipment (as defined in § 120.7) on the U.S. Munitions List having a nonrecurring research and development cost of more than $50,000,000 or a total production cost of more than $200,000,000.

Overview of U.S. Export Laws | Office of Export Compliance

Overview of U.S. Export Laws. A. Government Departments and Agencies. For national security and foreign policy reasons, the U.S. maintains comprehensive controls and sanctions on the export and re-export of U.S.-origin goods and technology to all destinations around the world. The legal authority for these controls is authorized by a variety of ...

15 CFR § 740.10 - License Exception Servicing and ...

(B) The defective or otherwise unusable equipment must be replaced free of charge, except for transportation and labor charges. If exporting to the countries listed in Country Group D:1 (except the PRC), the exporter shall replace the commodity or software within the warranty period or within 12 months of its shipment to the ultimate consignee ...

LAW OF GEORGIA on Export Control of Armaments, Military ...

Technical Issues of the National Security Council of Georgia issues the confirmation on the export of strategic military products and services related to it. G) By the submission of the Standing Interagency Commission on Military-Technical Issues of the National Security Council of Georgia issues the confirmation on the transit of specialized ...

Study: US military too reliant on foreign-made equipment

The U.S. military's reliance on foreign-made products, including telecommunications equipment and semiconductors, is putting the nation's security at risk …

Overview of U.S. Export Control System

The U.S. Government controls exports of sensitive equipment, software and technology as a means to promote our national security interests and foreign policy objectives. Through our export control system, the U.S. government can effectively: Provide for national security by limiting access to the most sensitive U.S. technology and weapons.

2021 Guidelines Manual Annotated | United States ...

§2M2.3. Destruction of, or Production of Defective, National Defense Material, Premises, or Utilities §2M2.4. [Deleted] Espionage and Related Offenses §2M3.1. Gathering or Transmitting National Defense Information to Aid a Foreign Government §2M3.2. Gathering National Defense Information

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National Security Law of the People's Republic of China ...

Article 38: The Central Military Commission leads the armed forces nationwide, it decides on military strategy and the warfare doctrines of the armed forces, it has unified command of military operations to safeguard national security, formulates military regulations concerning national security, and issues relevant decisions and orders.

The U.S. military's supply chain risk called 'frightening ...

The U.S. military's reliance on foreign-made products, including telecommunications equipment and semiconductors, is putting the nation's security at risk …

BIS Website - Bureau of Industry and Security

(9/30/2021) : Owner of Russian energy company sentenced to federal prison in scheme to evade U.S. national security trade sanctions (9/29/2021) : U.S. Departments of Commerce, Energy, and State Partner with Singapore and Japan to Deliver the 9th Annual Joint Industry Outreach Seminar in …

US suspends export of sensitive tech to Hong Kong as China ...

According to figures from the Office of the United States Trade Representative, Hong Kong accounted for 2.2% of overall U.S. exports in 2018, totaling $37.3 billion, with …

Import and export

Import and export Page under review. This section of the website is currently being reorganized. All content related to importing and exporting commercial goods is still available, but some links may be broken. Thank you for your patience.

Defence & Security Procurement in the USA - Lexology

BIS export licences under the EAR are required in certain situations involving national security, foreign policy, short-supply, nuclear non-proliferation, missile technology, chemical and ...

Annual Report on the Czech Republic's Control of Exports ...

in military equipment (as last amended), ... place consonant with the government's objectives with respect to national security as well as ... fee of CZK 1,000 per license; licenses for the export and import of military equipment for exhibition purposes, demonstrations, the meeting of defective product claims and for the ...

PART 110—EXPORT AND IMPORT OF NUCLEAR EQUIPMENT AND ...

Specific license means an export or import license document issued to a named person and authorizing the export or import of specified nuclear equipment or materials based upon the review and approval of an NRC Form 7 application filed pursuant to this part and other related submittals in support of the application.

Congress wants input in trade tariff use | Feedstuffs

Jacqui Fatka | Oct 06, 2021. Trade disputes during the Trump era saw the resurrection of "national security" tariffs such as Section 232 tariffs authorized by the President and executive branch. A new bipartisan bill introduced in the Senate would prevent potential president abuse of the tariffs. The Bicameral Congressional Trade Authority ...

Importing, exporting or transhipping consumer products and ...

Import (Section 2, CCPSA) – means to import into Canada. Importer – for the purpose of this policy, "importer" is a person who brings consumer product or cosmetic into Canada from another country, including the United States. An importer may also be a person that crosses the Canadian border with the products, a person that causes or ...

Chapter 3 | Defense Security Cooperation Agency

C3.2.1. Policy on Disclosure of Classified Military Information (CMI) to Foreign Government and International Organizations. DoD Directive 5230.11 implements National Disclosure Policy (NDP-1). It is U.S. national and DoD policy that CMI is a national security asset that must be protected and shared with foreign governments only when there is a clearly defined benefit to the United States ...

Free Markets and National Defense: U.S. Import Dependence ...

Abstract: Americans buy a huge quantity of goods— ranging from audio-video equipment to clothing—made, or at least assembled, in China. The vast amounts involved raise the possibility of …

Does Your Product Require an Export License?

Before you can legally export a product, you first need to determine whether or not it requires an export license. These license requirements are dependent upon four criteria: (1) the item's technical characteristics, (2) the export destination, (3) the product's end use, and (4) and the end user.