Commercial Competition and National Security
Comparing U.S. and German Export Control Policies
by Claus Hofhansel
August 1996, 248pp, 6 1/8x9 1/4
1 volume, Praeger

Hardcover: 978-0-275-95465-9
$84, £63, 70€, A120

Compares U.S. and German export control policies showing how these policies have responded to changes, including the end of the Cold War.

U.S. and German export control policies are compared, showing how these policies have responded to the changes in the international environment, including the end of the Cold War. The policy differences are explained through an analysis of differences in state interests and external constraints, state strategies, domestic support for export controls, and institutional constraints on policy change. The conclusion put forward is that despite a partial convergence of U.S. and German export control policies in the 1990s, diplomatic conflicts between the U.S. and European governments over export control issues will continue to erupt.

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