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Legacies of defense organizational processes
Frank O’Donnell

February 15, 2019) , , p. 192; U.S. House of Representatives, Office of the Legislative Counsel, Arms Export Control Act (Public Law 90–629) (As Amended Through P.L. 115–232, Enacted August 13, 2018) , , p. 15. 19 G. T. Allison and P. Zelikow, Essence of decision: Explaining the Cuban missile crisis (Reading, MA: Longman, 2nd edn, 1999

in The future of U.S.–India security cooperation
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Partisan politics, carte blanche and policy variation
Robert Mason

for which no contract existed and which was not mentioned in joint statements. 32 Furthermore, there was no notification to the Department of State or the Senate. In May 2019, President Trump invoked emergency authority codified in the Arms Export Control Act, citing ‘the need to deter further Iranian adventurism in the Gulf and throughout the Middle East’, to offer the UAE immediate sales of precision-guided missiles worth $1 billion. The same month, the State Department

in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates