Export Control Reform 2010: Transforming the Legal Architecture of Dual-Use and Defense Trade Controls

Neena Shenai
Content Type
Working Paper
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research
This paper proposes reforms to the legal framework of the U.S. export control system. By examining the existing legal structure of dual-use and defense trade controls and its shortcomings, the paper considers how other U.S. legal regimes could provide models for ongoing reform efforts being undertaken by the Obama Administration and Congress. The paper proposes certain reforms, including the institution of added administrative safeguards and limited judicial review, to improve the current system.
Foreign Policy, International Trade and Finance, Political Economy
Political Geography
United States