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In the 1990s, two U.S.-based companies handed over secrets that could have helped the Chinese military space program. Their actions violated the International Traffic in Arms Regulations, or ITAR. Congress acted, but not very well. ITAR had been put in place to keep the private sector from compromising national security. But, rather than just let the guilty companies receive their prescribed...

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