sanctions

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

by

Apr 20th, 2021

Limited Sanctions Will Not Deter Putin, But They Are a Fine Start

by

Apr 16th, 2021

Reauthorizing and Strengthening the Global Magnitsky Act

by

Apr 14th, 2021

Congress Must Reform Sanctions Law to Avoid ICC Penalties from Happening Again

by

Apr 13th, 2021

Deciphering Iran’s Position on Restoring the Nuclear Deal

by

Apr 9th, 2021

Full Burial Now Needed for Executive Order Against International Criminal Court

by

Apr 2nd, 2021

BREAKING: Biden Revokes Executive Order Sanctioning Int’l Criminal Court Principals

by

Apr 2nd, 2021

Changing the Calculus to Support Peace in South Sudan

by

Feb 13th, 2021

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

by

Feb 12th, 2021

Biden Paused Trump’s WeChat and TikTok Bans: Now What?

by

Feb 12th, 2021

US Terrorist Designation for Houthis is Bad for Yemen Even Beyond Crippling Aid Efforts

by

Jan 25th, 2021

ICC Associates Win Temporary Reprieve from Draconian US Sanctions

by

Jan 5th, 2021

Six Reasons Why a Terrorist Designation for Yemen’s Houthis is a Bad Idea

by and

Dec 3rd, 2020

Cambodian Rights Activist and 55 Others Face Trial as Crackdown on Dissent Intensifies

by and

Nov 25th, 2020

Trump’s Executive Order on the ICC is Illegal, Not Just Shameful

by and

Oct 13th, 2020

New Financial Sector Sanctions will Eviscerate Humanitarian Trade with Iran

by

Oct 9th, 2020

Why We Are Suing President Trump

by , , and

Oct 8th, 2020

The US “Snapback” Against Iran – Bad Politics and Flawed Law

by

Sep 28th, 2020

The Troubling Free Speech Implications of Trump’s TikTok/WeChat Sanctions

by

Sep 8th, 2020

A Test for the US Posture on the Int’l Criminal Court: “Safe Harbor” Licenses?

by

Sep 4th, 2020

Why Them? On the U.S. Sanctions Against Int’l Criminal Court Officials

by

Sep 2nd, 2020

The Int’l Criminal Court Executive Order: Global Reactions Compiled

by

Sep 1st, 2020

Shoring up Sanctions Enforcement in Sub-Saharan Africa: A North Korea Case Study

by

Sep 1st, 2020

Policy Options in Response to Crimes Against Humanity and Potential Genocide in Xinjiang

by

Aug 25th, 2020

How China is Violating Human Rights Treaties and its own Constitution in Xinjiang

by

Aug 19th, 2020

US Iran Envoy to Step Down—Ahead of Key U.S. Move on Nuclear Program

by

Aug 6th, 2020

Can the International Criminal Court Hold the Trump Administration in Contempt?

by

Jul 30th, 2020

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

by

Jul 30th, 2020

The Caesar Sanctions Help Reinforce Norms Enshrined in International Law

by

Jul 21st, 2020

The New U.S. “Caesar” Sanctions on Syria Are Illegal

by

Jul 8th, 2020

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

by

Jul 7th, 2020

First They Came For Me and My Colleagues: The U.S. Attack on the Int’l Criminal Court

by

Jun 29th, 2020