EU Arms Embargo to be lifted - technology Embargo to follow? (3)

1 Name: bubu!bUBu/A.ra6 2005-03-03 01:49 ID:Yo3fNwkt,1,3838186.story?coll=la-headlines-world&ctrack=1&cset=true
[Sen. Richard] Lugar indicated last week that he would back restricting U.S. technology transfers to European allies unless the European Union could guarantee that such technology would not be passed to China.
Senator Richard Lugar, chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, said that if the ban is lifted - as Europeans leaders have said they plan to do in coming months - Congress could react with "a prohibition on a great number of technical skills and materials, or products, being available to Europeans."

2 Name: Unverified Source 2005-03-27 03:08 ID:GpL3jLBx


3 Name: Unverified Source 2005-03-27 20:42 ID:YG4Nqk5m

I think that's great, and I am a European myself. I hate the bullshit attitude of most European countries to promote pacifism where they see fit and otherwise fuel the machinery of war by selling weaponry, technology and giving money to terrorists and on the other side doing so without even maintaining an own working army.

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