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Escalation in Ukraine leads the United States, EU, Canada, Australia and New Zealand to respond with targeted economic sanctions

Australia, Canada, European Union, Japan, New Zealand, Ukraine, USA - April 22 2014 Following a November 2013 decision by the Ukrainian government to suspend preparations for a trade agreement with the European Union, Ukrainians…

Co-authors: Jeffrey M. Telep, Iain MacVay, Sajid Ahmed, Mark Wasden, Christine Savage.

Putin up with Russia

Australia, Canada, European Union, Russia, Ukraine, USA - April 1 2014 In response to months of civil strife and violence in Ukraine, in March Vladimir Putin sent heavily armed Russian troops into Crimea, an autonomous…

A crude bargain: temporary relaxation of U.S. sanctions for the Iranian petroleum industry

Iran, USA - March 6 2014 On January 30, 2014, the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control ("OFAC") published its Guidance Relating to the Provision…

Co-authors: Shannon Doyle Barna, Clinton R Long (Clint), Mark Wasden, Christine Savage.

OFAC publishes new guidance on temporary and limited U.S. sanctions relief for Iran

Iran, USA - February 24 2014 On January 30, 2014, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) published in the Federal Register Guidance Relating to the Provision of Certain…

Co-authors: Shannon Doyle Barna, Mark Wasden, Christine Savage.

The sanctions divide: the White House pushes to ease trade restrictions on Iran while Congress contemplates a new round of sanctions legislation

Iran, USA - January 3 2014 On November 24, 2013 in Geneva, the five members of the UN Security Council - United States, United Kingdom, France, China, and Russia, plus Germany…

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