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European Union劌製 Arms Control Regime and Arms Exports to China: Background and Legal Analysis
Richard F. Grimmett (au); Theresa Papademetriou (au)
In early 2005, discussions were held within the European Union (EU) on the question of lifting the embargo on arms exports to the People劌製 Republic of China (China) that was imposed on China on June 27, 1989. The prospect that the EU would lift its embargo on arms exports to China led to a number of on-going discussions between EU member states and the U.S. government, which strongly opposed such an action on human rights and security issues grounds. Key nations within the EU, particularly France and Germany, strongly supported lifting of the embargo. And, the U.K. advised the Bush Admin. that it would also support lifting the embargo when the subject would be formally addressed by the EU, most likely during the spring of 2005. The Council of the EU stated that if the arms embargo on China were to be lifted, that action should not result in either a quantitative or qualitative increase in EU arms exports to China. Contents of this report: Introduction; General Background on EU Embargoes; EU劌製 Arms Embargo on China; EU劌製 Arms Exports Regime; EU Code of Conduct on Arms Exports: Background and Assessment; Arms Exports Authorized for China by EU Member States; U.S. Concerns; Status of European Union Action. This is a print on demand report.
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