The Export Practitioner
Volume 36, Number 9

Since 1987, The Export Practitioner has provided readers with expert reports on changes to U.S. export licensing rules, enforcement policies and regulations for defense and dual-use products and technology. The Export Practitioner is the only monthly magazine devoted exclusively to news and analysis of U.S. export controls and trade sanctions.

The Export Practitioner is available in both online or print editions or a print-and-online combination.

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Red Flags                  

Help your employees avoid export control violations with our bright and informative poster.
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The Exporting Source

Your one-stop resource for finding help to export to new customers, to learn about government.
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Mastering Deemed Exports

Produced by experts on U.S. export controls and industrial training, Mastering Deemed Exports...
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New Controls on Semiconductor Tools and Gas Turbine Tech

New Controls on Semiconductor Tools and Gas Turbine Tech   Commerce (BIS) issued an interim final  rule  August 12, establishing new export controls on four technologies support ing  the production of advanced semiconductors and gas turbine...

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Are Sanctions on Russia Working?

The debate continues on the utility and efficacy of US-led economic sanctions in isolating and weakening Russia.   A  new study by the Yale School of Management  has published data that supports the US government’s view that the sanctions imposed on Russia have...

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Aviation Sanctions Expand

BIS updated has its  list  of sanctioned aircraft flying in Russia and Belarus to include 25 Airbus models identified as apparently violating the EAR’s  de minimis  threshold for U.S. components. There are now a total of 183 aircraft identified on the list for apparent...

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OFAC Rewrites Cyber Sanctions Rule

OFAC Rewrites Cyber Sanctions Rule   Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) is amending the Cyber-Related Sanctions Regulations, reissuing them in their entirety.  This  final rule  replaces the regulations that were published in abbreviated...

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Arms Trade Treaty Conference: Focus on Diversion

Arms Trade Treaty Conference: Focus on Diversion Post-shipment on-site inspections are one of the main focuses of the German presidency of the Eighth Conference of States Parties (CSP8) to the 2013 Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), which took place on 22–26 August in Geneva.  The ATT...

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State of the Space Industrial Base Report

“While the United States space industrial base remains on an upward trajectory, the upward trajectory of the People's Republic of China is even steeper, with a significant rate of overtake, requiring urgent action.”   So concludes the  “The State of the Space...

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UN Releases Long-Delayed Report on Uyghur “Crimes Against Humanity

Minutes before midnight on her last day as U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet authorized the release of a harshly critical  report  of China’s treatment of Uyghurs and other predominantly Muslim communities, detailing in all but name the genocidal...

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