Last edited by Rukentuts; 2013-09-06 at 06:22 PM.
If any portion of the class contains information or technology sourced from the US and it deamed to fall under ITAR restrictions, the US can dictate to the company or country that uses it how it may be used. That is a long standing reality and we are not the only country to do it.
Either way, yes, the Swedish educational system should not have the authority to overrule international trade and employment regulations. The same thing happens all the time in other venues.
Because let's be clear; GKN Aerospace is a military aviations tech supplier. It's not like he was denied a position at Dunder-Mifflin Paper or something.
wouldnt it be racism to deny someone something, purely based on where they were born?
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I sense quite some double standards here now.
I sense misunderstandings on what is actually going on.
I don't see why a firm that does business (and wants to) with the USA having to abide by US trade regulations when doing business in the USA is inflammatory.
But this grasping at straws in order to blame the USA is hilarious.