Hearing: Impact Of Military And Dual-Use Technology Exports To China

Hearing Transcript: 

January 17, 2002



Room 106 Senate Dirksen Building

1st & Constitution Ave., NE
Washington, D.C. 20510

AGENDA

9:00-10:30 U.S. Export Policy to China

  • Mr. James J. Jochum, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Export Administration
  • Ms. Lisa Bronson, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Technology Security Policy and Counterproliferation
  • Mr. Vann H. Van Diepen, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Nonproliferation

10:30-12:00 U.S. Export Enforcement Policy

  • Mr. Michael Garcia, Assistant Secretary, Department of Commerce, Office of Export Enforcement
  • Mr. Richard Mercier, Executive Director, Investigative Programs, U.S. Customs Service

1:00-3:00 Export Controls - Problems, Impacts and Solutions

  • Dr. Donald Hicks, President, Hicks and Associates
  • Dr. James Lewis, Director, Technology Policy, Center for Strategic and International Studies
  • Mr. Daryl Hatano, Vice President, Semiconductor Industry Association
  • Mr. David Rose, Director of Export, Import and Information Security Affairs for Intel Corp
  • Mr. Chip Storie, Vice President Marketing, Cincinnati Machines
  • Ms. Kathleen A. Walsh, Senior Associate, Henry L. Stimson Center

3:00-5:00 Chinas Advanced Technology Acquisition Program

  • Dr. Paul Godwin, Professor of International Affairs, National War College, Retired
  • Dr. Gary Milhollin, Director, Wisconsin Project