U.S. and UK leaders face domestic hurdles to their efforts to sell Saudi Arabia conventional weapons.
The Trump administration is trying to change bureaucratic oversight rules for U.S. exports of selected conventional weapons.
Statement from Jeff Abramson, non-resident senior fellow for arms control and conventional arms transfers
If the Trump administration is serious about changing U.S. arms sales policies, it should add much greater transparency into the arms transfer and monitoring process.
The Trump administration is expected to unveil changes to U.S. conventional arms transfer policies and rules that could speed arms exports.
An administration proposal on firearms export rules could effectively undercut the important oversight role that Congress provides.
Fight Brewing on Saudi Arms Sales
Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia and Bahrain Should be Rejected