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Please recall that OpenPGP is not a national standard. If more
provisions for an US standard go into OpenPGP other countries may want
to see their own rules in there too. To avoid such attempts I believe
it is better to have a more neutral language.
This is one reason why I believe in options. If someone wants to do
SuiteB ECC but with Camellia and Whirlpool, we should not be
restricting that at the standards level.
NIST deserves kudos in the way they did AES, and the way that SuiteB
navigates the rocks of an effective ECC suite. But I agree with
Werner, we are a transnational organization.
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