Export Controls

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Defense bill includes satellite export measure. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 21 May 2012, p3.

Gen. Chilton: Export controls pose threat to national security, by Turner Brinton. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 22 March 2009, p20.

Panel of college and industrial leaders urges Obama to ease limits on scientific exports and visas, by Paul Basken. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 9 January 2009.

Professor's convistion on export violations alerts U.S. universities, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 8 September 2008.

U.S. Commerce Department seeks comments on 'Deemed Exports', The Chronicle of Higher Education, 25 July 2008.

Government must ease security restrictions on university research, says National Academies Panel, by Richard Monastersky. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 19 October 2007.

Commerce Department Will Form Panel to Recommend Changes in Export-Control Law, by Kelly Field. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 15 May 2006.

Commerce Department Will Drop Some but Not All Restrictions on Foreign Researchers, Colleges Are Told by Kelly Field. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 17 January 2006.

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Space News

Proposed ITAR changes a mixed bag for U.S. satellite industry, by Peter B. de Selding. Space News, 17 June 2013, p.15.

Report: Export reforms needed for U.S. national security, by Warren Ferster. Space News, 30 January 2012, p.11.

Sponsors to push export control legislation as part of Defense Authorization Bill, by Dan Leone. Space News, 14 May 2012, p5.

Report urges more U.S. action to protect space environment, by Turner Brinton. Space News, 22 November 2010, p.10.

Obama outlines plan to tackle U.S. export control reforms, by Amy Klamper. Space News, 6 September 2010.

Gates to outline export reform plan by April, by Amy Klamper. Space News, 15 March 2010

Obama repeats call for export control reform in State of the Union, by Amy Klamper. Space News, 1 February 2010, p.12.

Obama memo puts export reform on front burner, by Amy Klamper. Space News, 18 January 2010, p.14.

AIA presses Obama on export-control reform, by Amy Klamper. Space News, 7 December 2009, p13.

Official reaffirms White House support for ITAR reform, Space News, 14 September 2009, p20.

White House orders export control review. Space News, August 24, 2009, p8.

House intelligence committee weighs in on ITAR reform, by Amy Klamper. Space News, July 13, 2009.

Obama ITAR reform could move satellites back to Commerce, by Amy Klamper. Space News, July 6, 2009.

Proposed bill gives White house descretion on satellite exports, by William Matthews. Space News, June 8, 2009.

Europe intends to further reduce need for foreign spacecraft parts, but some components will continue to be imported, by Peter B. de Selding. Space News, v. 19, no.38, September 29, 2008, p.4.

Officials say ITAR changes don't solve the big problems, by Colin Clark. Space News, v.19, no.4, January 28, 2008.

GAO report criticizes export licensing process, by Colin Clark. Space News, v.19, no.1, January 7, 2008, p.7.

NASA needs export exemption. Editorial. Space News, v.18, no.12, March 26, 2007, p.26.

Former U.S. export official says ITAR rules need complete overhaul, by Peter B. de Selding. Space News, v.18, no.8, February 26, 2007, p.6.

Scientists: ITAR still hinders cooperation. Space News, v.18, no.5, February 5, 2007, p.3

GCC satellite procurement will push export envelope, by Peter B. de Selding. Space News, v.17, no.44, November 13, 2006, p.A6.

Defense Science Board examining impact of U.S. export controls, by Colin Clark. Space News, v.17, no.42, October 30, 2006, p.A5.

Export control policy hampering U.S. competitiveness. (Editorial). Space News, v.16, no.25, June 27, 2005, p.19.

European satellite component maker says it is dropping U.S. components because of ITAR. Space News, v.16, no.23, June 13, 2005, p.6.

NASA to help Europeans navigate export regime. Space News, v.16, no.7, 21 February 2005, p.10.

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Nature and Science

New rules ease scientific exchange
by Yudhijit Bhattacharjee. Science v. 307, no.5712, 18 February 2005, p.1023.
(http://www.sciencemag.org/ requiries license).

VISA clampdown hits home at US universities
by Kendall Powell. Nature v.420, no.6914, 28 November, p.349.
(http://www.nature.com/.

Britain failing to bar risky students
by Natasha McDowell. Nature, v.420, no.6914, 28 November, p.349.
(http://www.nature.com/ .

Rules eased on satellite projects
by Andrew Lawler. Science, v.296, no.5566, 12 April 2002, pp237-238.

Security restrictions lead foreign students to snub US universities
Admissions down by as much as a third

by Brumfiel, Geoff. Nature, v.431, no.7006, 16 September 2004, pp229-384.

US universities up in arms over licence plans for foreign staff
by Brumfiel, Geoff. Nature, v.431, 7 October 2004, p615.

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Other

For U.S. satellite makers, a no-cost bailout bid, by William J. Broad. New York Times, published April 1, 2009. (http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/02/science/space/02export.html?scp=1&sq=u.s.%20satellite%20makers&st=cse)

John Marburger speaks on science and security at Industrial Physics Forum
FYI: The AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News, FYI Number 133, 6 December 2002.

Government to boost scrutiny of foreigners studying science
Issues in Science and Technology, v.XVIII, no.4, Summer 2002, p23.

Making sense of government information restrictions
by Steven Aftergood. issues in Science and Technology, v.XVIII, no.4, Summer 2002, pp25-26.

Research universities in the new security environment
by M.R.C. Greenwood and Donna Gerardi Riordan. Issues in Science and Technology, v.XVIII, no.4, Summer 2002, pp35-39.

Science and security at risk
by John J. Hamre. Issues in science and Technology, v.XVIII, no.4, Summer 2002, pp51-57.

State Department Issues ITAR Amendment
FYI:  The AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News, FYI Number 38, April 3, 2002.

Boehlert, Hall letter on regulation of research satellites
FYI: The AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News, FYI Number 111, 31 August 2001.
"...regulation of research satellites under the State Department's International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) has generated concern within the scientific community and among Members of Congress..."

ITAR regulation of research satellites generates concern
FYI: The AIP Bulletin of Science Policy News, FYI Number 110, 30 August 2001. 
" ...Astronomers and other scientists who rely on such satellites are concerned about the impact of these regulations on fundamental research, particularly on international collaborations..."

National labs target college campuses
by Carole Hedden.  Aviation Week & Space Technology v.155, no.6, 6 August 2001, p.64.

Some lawmakers urging U.S. to speed exports of satellites
by Christopher Marquis. New York Times, Monday, 8 July 2001, p.A7.

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