Harold Koh, the nominee for Legal Adviser to the State Department, supports "the global regulation of small arms" and a "global gun control regime." And he believes it is "needlessly provocative" for any U.S. representative to refer to the right to bear arms when speaking to a foreign audience: the very mention of the Second Amendment, apparently, is offensive. That has very serious implications for domestic policy, but what does Koh want to do with the legal, international arms trade? The answer is simple: he wants to ban it.
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