On May 9, the United States imposed sanctions on a Chinese company, an Iranian firm, and Moldovan entities for what the State Department described as missile-proliferation activities. (Continue)
After more than a year of review, the United States has not yet decided how to respond to an Israeli request to export the jointly developed U.S.-Israeli Arrow theater missile defense system to India.
China Issues Missile Export Controls
Washington Levies Sanctions for WMD-Related Transfers to Iran
Sino-U.S. Summit Yields Modest Advances in Arms Control Agenda
House Seeks to Limit Space Cooperation with China