CHARACTERISTICS OF DECISION-MAKING IN THE CONTEXT OF U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY THREATS (THE CASE OF RARE-EARTH METALS MARKET)
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CHARACTERISTICS OF DECISION-MAKING IN THE CONTEXT OF U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY THREATS (THE CASE OF RARE-EARTH METALS MARKET)
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105-112
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The article deals with the contemporary U.S. mechanisms for preventive response to the crisis of rare-earth metals on the world market in the context of China's monopoly in its manufacture. Arrangements of the legislative and executive power in restoration of the U.S. production of rare earth metals are analyzed. The conclusions may have practical importance for the raw supply of the defense industry in Russia.
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national security, rare earth metals, military industrial complex, china, public-private partnership, Russia, raw supply
Date of publication
01.08.2012
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