In This Review

Controlling East-West Trade And Technology Transfer
Controlling East-West Trade And Technology Transfer
Edited by Gary K. Bertsch
Duke University Press, 1988, 506 pp.

Like other studies of export controls on East-West trade, this volume reflects the need to bring together quite divergent considerations of security, economics, politics and relations between the United States and its allies. It differs from most other works in its exploration of the way the organization of decision-making has influenced the outcome. The conferences that helped shape the papers were sponsored by the Center for East-West Trade Policy at the University of Georgia; there is a foreword by Dean Rusk.