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Status of key aspects of Export Control Reform *

USA - June 19 2013
On April 16, 2013, the State Department and the Commerce Department published the first set of final rules in the Federal Register to implement the…

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


United States eases sanctions against Burma, but companies should proceed with caution *

Myanmar, USA - March 1 2013
Following Burma's landmark elections last spring that marked a transition from military to quasi-civilian rule, the United States took a number of…

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


The new year brings new sanctions against Iran *

Iran, USA - February 1 2013
The United States began the new year with more of the same with respect to its approach to containing Iran -- more sanctions. These new sanctions are…

Co-authors: Christine Savage, Shannon M Doyle.


The new year brings new sanctions against Iran *

USA - January 22 2013
As 2013 begins, the United States has reiterated its commitment to countering the threat posed by Iran by passing new legislation, issuing new…

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


U.S. continues to expand sanctions against Iran *

USA - January 2 2013
Preventing Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons capability remains one of the United States' preeminent national security objectives,. Thus, the United…

Co-authors: Christine Savage, Shannon M Doyle.


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