Global Magnitsky Act

Time to Walk the Talk on Human Rights Abuses in India

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Apr 11th, 2022

Cuando la corrupción no tiene rastro de dinero: las sanciones pasan por alto casos cruciales

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Jan 21st, 2022

When Corruption Has No Money Trail: Sanctions Overlook Crucial Cases

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Jan 19th, 2022

Sanctions and Corruption: Assessing Risk to Improve Design

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Dec 13th, 2021

Congress Must Stand with Civil Society and Strengthen the Global Magnitsky Sanctions Program

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Apr 20th, 2021

Combating Transnational Authoritarian Kleptocracy: Cracking Down on Western Professional Enablers

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Apr 19th, 2021

Fighting the ‘International Thief Thief’ with Global Magnitsky Sanctions

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Apr 15th, 2021

Reauthorizing and Strengthening the Global Magnitsky Act

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Apr 14th, 2021

The “Khashoggi Ban”: What It Does and Doesn’t Mean

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Mar 3rd, 2021

Changing the Calculus to Support Peace in South Sudan

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Feb 13th, 2021

Ripe for Reform: The Opaque World of Specific Licenses to Do Business Under Sanctions

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Feb 12th, 2021

U.S. and Multilateral Policy Options to Address Abuses Against Uyghurs in Xinjiang

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Jul 30th, 2020

Iraqi Researcher’s Death Adds Urgency to Penalizing Iran-Backed Militias With New U.K. “Magnitsky” Law

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Jul 7th, 2020

The Khashoggi Killing at Six Months: How Congress Should Move Forward

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Apr 1st, 2019

Time to Rehabilitate the Legislative Veto: How Congress Should Rein in Presidents’ “National Emergency” Powers

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Mar 13th, 2019

The Missing Khashoggi Report: A President Can’t Choose to “Decline” His Constitutional Role to Accommodate Congressional Oversight

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Mar 1st, 2019