Transfer of Technology to the Soviet Bloc: Hearing Before the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, Ninety-sixth Congress, Second Session, February 20, 1980

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1980 - 156 páginas
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Página 126 - where we stand" on administrative deadlines, front door licensing, and other measures announced in the Department's testimony before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and Trade of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
Página 105 - The right of employees, individually or collectively, to petition Congress or a Member of Congress, or to furnish information to either House of Congress, or to a committee or Member thereof, may not be interfered with or denied.".
Página 7 - Already in 1969, even before detente had become the central theme of the Nixon administration's foreign policy, the President signed into law the Export Administration Act, replacing the Export Control Act which had been adopted two decades earlier. The new act greatly liberalized restrictions on the export of goods and technology to the Soviet Union. While continuing to prohibit exports that would "make a significant contribution to the military potential" of the Soviet Union, it lifted the ban...
Página 111 - Brady disclosed information through his testimony before the Research and Development Subcommittee of the House Armed Services Committee which he reasonably believed evidence mismanagement and a violation of Departmental regulations.
Página 37 - The lists requested are included herewith. Each number represents a separate student. Exchange of Graduate Students and Young Faculty with the Ministry of Higher and Specialized Secondary Education of the USSR and the US International Research Exchange Board. American nominees' topics l Topic of study Placement requested 1.
Página 7 - Comrades, don't panic, when things go very hard for us, we will give a rope to the bourgeoisie, and the bourgeoisie will hang itself." Then, Karl Radek, . . . who was a very resourceful wit, said: "Vladimir Ilyich, but where are we going to get enough rope to hang the whole bourgeoisie?
Página 8 - West this new policy was welcomed as a sign of moderation and a move toward "peaceful coexistence," but Lenin, as it turned out, had not ceased to be a Bolshevik. "Concessions — ." he told a meeting of the Soviet Communist party in 1920, "these do not mean peace with capitalism, but war on a new plane." Lenin's sole objective was to revive Soviet industry, and, as subsequent events revealed, he had every intention of expropriating the concessions after production had been organized and sufficient...
Página 24 - Defense's primary objective in the control of exports of US technology is to protect the United States' lead time relative to its principal adversaries in the application of technology to military capabilities.
Página 3 - Russia, always wrote and said that the western capitalists would do anything to strengthen the economy of the USSR. They will compete with each other to sell us goods cheaper and sell them quicker, so that the Soviets will buy from one rather than from the other. He said: They will bring it themselves without thinking about their future.
Página 6 - I must say that Lenin foretold this whole process. Lenin, who spent most of his life in the West and not in Russia, who knew the West much better than Russia, always wrote and said that the Western capitalists would do anything to strengthen the economy of the USSR. They will compete with each other to sell us goods cheaper and sell them quicker, so that the Soviets will buy from one rather than from the other.

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