Sundahl Discusses International Traffic in Arms Regulations before Cleveland Foreign Credit Group

On March 14, 2013, C|M|LAW Professor and Associate Dean Mark Sundahl delivered a talk on the Obama Administration’s initiative to reform the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) at the Cleveland Foreign Credit Group’s monthly meeting.  Sundahl spoke about the impending paradigm-shift in the U.S. approach to regulating international trade in military hardware and data.  He explain how, under the leadership of President Obama, the complicated, ambiguous, and frequently absurd system of export controls under the bifurcated regulations administered by the Department of Commerce and the Department of State is in the process of being merged into a more rational set of regulations overseen by a single administrative agency.

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