Bush Imposes Final Proliferation Sanctions

By Daniel Arnaudo

The United States imposed new sanctions Jan. 15 on seven companies from China, Iran, and North Korea, barring them from trading with U.S. companies or government agencies for two years. The sanctions, along with those related to the Abdul Qadeer Khan network, represented the last of nearly 300 such punishments related to unconventional weapons and missile proliferation that were doled out during the Bush administration's eight-year tenure. (See ACT, October 2008.)

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