“Dual-Use Assistance App” Updates We are pleased to announce the release of the updated version of the dual use assistance application. Since scientific research, but also other kinds of intangible technology transfers, may involve sensitive subjects and exchanges, […]
Following the twelfth meeting of the Chaudfontaine Group, the European Studies Unit is pleased to announce its new publication: “Analyzing Strategic Trade Compliance Tools”. The intensification of trade flows over the years came along with several challenges for export control compliance officers. In response to these potential difficulties, with the support of the EU Commission, the Chaudfontaine Group decided to explore a set of strategic trade control informative and analytical tools in order to create a toolbox where the full range of actors involved in strategic trade control compliance can find some instruments able to assist them in various tasks related to compliance with strategic trade controls’ obligations.
JoSTC: the new Journal for the export control community The European Studies Unit (ESU) of the University of Liège is delighted to announce the hosting of the Journal of Strategic Trade Control (JoSTC), a peer-reviewed and open-access journal with the intention […]
We are happy to announce that Kamshat Saginbekova’s is going to defend her PhD thesis entitled "Politico-economic aspects of strategic trade control in Central Asian countries" on December 14, 2022, at 11 a.m. in the University of Liege and online.
As scientific research may involve sensitive subjects, it is necessary to be able to assess the extent to which research is compatible with European dual-use legislation. We are pleased to announce the release of the new version of the dual use assistance application.
By analysing the new EU Regulation 2021/821 of 20 May 2021 setting up a Union regime for the control of exports, brokering, technical assistance, transit and transfer of dual-use items, we have tried to identify the potential situations where an EU research laboratory might have to trigger (or not) controls on technical assistance while it is hosting researchers originating from non-EU Member States.