International Perspectives of the Impact of Export Control and Technology Transfer Regimes: The F/A-18 Case Study
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This report-in-progress is part of a joint project on export control and technology which involves collaboration efforts between teams of researchers at the Naval Postgraduate School and the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, Cranfield University. As the U.S. group, we are reporting on our case study of the F/A-18 Hornet''with a view to gleaning insights into contemporary issues pertaining to export control and technology transfer retimes.
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NPS Report NumberNPS-AM-11-C8P03R02-026
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