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The Diffusion of Military Technologies to Foreign Nations : Arms Transfers Can Preserve the Defense Technological and Industrial Base

By Maj William J. Delgrego, USAF

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Title: The Diffusion of Military Technologies to Foreign Nations : Arms Transfers Can Preserve the Defense Technological and Industrial Base  
Author: Maj William J. Delgrego, USAF
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Military Science, Military
Collections: Technology, Military Technology, Military Science, Science Fiction Collection, Authors Community, Naval Science, Bibliography, Literature, Government, Political Science
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Publisher: Air University Press
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J. Delgrego, Usa, M. W. (n.d.). The Diffusion of Military Technologies to Foreign Nations : Arms Transfers Can Preserve the Defense Technological and Industrial Base. Retrieved from http://self.gutenberg.org/


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The purpose of this paper is to recommend that the United States government maintain the defense technological and industrial base (DTIB) by aggressively supporting the US defense industry in the arms transfer process. Ironically, this recommendation is contrary to the position held at the onset of this research and analysis effort. To accomplish this purpose, this paper has three aims. First, it recognizes that the DTIB requires preservation. Second, it describes arms transfers as an instrument of foreign policy based on US national security interests and the foreign policy challenges of the day. Third, it focuses on the current arms transfer decision-making process and represents it as a “Labyrinth of Control.” This section of the paper demonstrates the maze of controls used to adequately ensure that US military technologies are not diffused to foreign nations.

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PRESERVING THE DEFENSE TECHNOLOGICAL AND INDUSTRIAL BASE . . . . . 1 Notes . . . . . 6 ARMS TRANSFERS AS AN INSTRUMENT OF US FOREIGN POLICY . . . . . 7 Notes . . . . . 14 THE LABYRINTH OF CONTROL . . . . . 17 Notes . . . . . 27 MAINTAINING THE DTIB WITH US GOVERNMENT SUPPORT . . . . 29 Notes . . . . . 34 GLOSSARY . . . . . 35 BIBLIOGRAPHY . . . . 37

 

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