AIA’s Nathan, Hardwick on Improving the US Security Cooperation Enterprise


Remy Nathan, vice president for international affairs at the Aerospace Industries Association, and Dak Hardwick, the trade organization’s assistant vice president for international affairs, discuss proposals for improving the US Security Cooperation Enterprise that the organization drafted in response to President Donald Trump’s April 2018 update to the US Conventional Arms Transfer Policy and delivered to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on May 29, 2018, during an interview with the Defense & Aerospace Report. Nathan also discusses Trump’s newly-imposed tariffs on Canadian, Mexican and European steel and aluminum. The interview was conducted after a May 31 press conference with Eric Fanning, AIA’s president and CEO, Nathan and Hardwick at the group’s offices in northern Virginia.

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