The Commerce Department should restructure the ICTS rules to adopt a sanctions framework by creating a new list of entities that would be prohibited from selling ICTS into the U.S. market.
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Expect an asymmetric response; direct actions would wreak havoc on both China and the global economy.
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In its efforts to enforce economic sanctions against Iran and Venezuela, the United States is straining the boundaries of traditionally accepted state behavior in some of the world’s busiest shipping lanes. It is walking a tightrope.
Common interests and shared values are necessary for durable bilateral relations—and the United States shares neither with Russia.
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The Wagner Group has been accused of torture and murder and has repeatedly found itself on the receiving end of U.S. sanctions. Both international and domestic laws put relatively few constraints on its operations.
An understandable focus on impeachment has obscured the breadth of work Congress has undertaken in other areas to respond to the Jan. 6 insurrection.
Given the lack of a coherent strategic message, it is questionable whether EU cyber sanctions are communicating their red lines and intent effectively. Has the bloc’s cyber sanctions regime already run its course?
The Department of Justice has charged three foreign nationals with conspiracy to violate sanctions regulations against North Korea with bank fraud, in addition to conspiracy to launder funds.