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Tentative framework deal may lead to lifting of some sanctions against Iran

USA, Iran - April 3 2015 On April 2, 2015, representatives from the United States, the United Kingdom, China, France, the Russian Federation, Germany (collectively, the P51)...

Brenda A. Jacobs, Robert Torresen, Andrew W. Shoyer.

U.S. expands Ukraine-related sanctions by designating separatists and their supporters

USA, Ukraine - March 11 2015 In response to the continuing crisis in Ukraine, the U.S. government added to its Specially Designated Nationals List (SDN List) parties that it...

Lana Muranovic, Robert Torresen, Andrew W. Shoyer.

U.S. blocks the property of certain Venezuelan individuals and bars their entry into the United States

USA, Venezuela - March 10 2015 On March 9, 2015, in response to the current political situation in Venezuela, the U.S. President issued an Executive Order (E.O.) "Blocking Property...

Lana Muranovic, Robert Torresen, Andrew W. Shoyer.

U.S. authorizes wind-down activities involving Crimea; imposes new sanctions against North Korea after Sony cyber attack

USA, North Korea, Russia, Ukraine - January 6 2015 On December 30, 2014, the Treasury Department licensed wind-down activities involving Crimea, subject to certain reporting obligations and other...

Lindsay A. Bourne, Robert Torresen, Andrew W. Shoyer.

U.S. bans trade and investment with Crimea

USA, Russia, Ukraine - December 22 2014 On December 19, 2014, President Obama imposed further sanctions in relation to Russia's attempted annexation of Crimea. These most recent sanctions...

Robert Torresen, Andrew W. Shoyer.