I find thought-provoking news article in Asahi News Paper on Dec 20.
On Dec 19, Tokyo District Court sentenced as illegal that Tokyo Institute of Technology ("TIT" or locally called "Tokyo Koudai") rejected the admission of Iranian national to TIT's nuclear reactor engineering research center because of concern in nuclear related technology transfer to Iran.
Tokyo District Court mentioned TIT's refusal of the entrance is "against Constitution and discriminating treatment to nationality".
For export control professional, this is dilemma and very touchy issue, technology transfer concern vs nationality discrimination. From TIT's point of view, nuclear related technology education to Iranian national may lead to violation of FEFTL and TIT insist "to prevent nuclear proliferation concern, we follow UNSCR".
Above is university's case, but industry increasingly try to hire foreign nationals than ever, nationality and export control is sensitive issue, as this court case shows.