House Fight with EU Might Stall Navy, Marine Programs

Klamper, Amy
May 2005
Sea Power;May2005, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p6
Discloses the plans of the U.S. Congressmen to introduce bipartisan legislation aimed at preventing the European Union's plan to lift a long-standing arms embargo against China, a plan that could impact U.S. defense cooperation efforts with Europe. House International Relations Chairman Henry Hyde's opposition to the loosening of U.S. arms export laws intended to curb the proliferation of sensitive technologies to states of concern; Technical difficulties facing the legislation.


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