In other news:
Iran has told the United Nations's nuclear watchdog that it plans to install more sophisticated equipment at its principal nuclear enrichment plant. [The New York Times]
Vietnam released and deported an American pro-democracy activist detained since April after considerable diplomatic pressure. [The Wall Street Journal]
Lobbying and regulations:
The State Department is seeking comments until March 18 on a proposal to amend the International Traffic in Arms Regulations to revise Category XVI (nuclear weapons related articles) of the U.S. Munitions List.
The State Department published a notice on easing the ban on imports from Burma.
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White House point man on arms control leaving for Harvard
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