U.S. Congress set to impose sanctions of Myanmar (Burmese) military for violence and maltreatment of Rohingya minority.Read More
I’ve been rather busy of late, so I’m coming a little late on this issue. As we all know, on 13 October, President Trump announced a strategic review on the U.S.’s relations with Iran, whereby…
U.S. considering to reimpose sanctions against Burm/Myanmar in the face disproportionate violence against the Rohingya minority in the Rakhine State.
President Trump authorizes the Secretary of the Treasury, in coordination with the Secretary of State, to administer the Global Magnitsky Act. The Act aims to impose economic sanctions on persons responsible for massive human rights violations and significant acts of corruption.
Yet again, the U.S. has renewed its ongoing sanctions relief under the Iran Nuclear Deal (so-called JCPOA). As we all know, especially after President Trump’s speech at the UN, the current U.S. Administration is no…
On 21 September 2017, the White House published President Trump’s newest new Executive Order, which widens U.S. sanctions against North Korea.
On 06 September 2017, the U.S. Department of Justice announced that it’s broadening the ongoing investigation into Turkish violations of U.S. Iran sanctions. The investigation includes a probe into the conduct of a former Turkish Minister of the Economy who allegedly received bribes and kick-backs to conceal U.S. Iran related sanctions violations.
The UN watchdog IAEA has yet again reported that Iran is adhering to it’s commitments under the Iran nuclear deal (JCPOA). This report contradicts President Trump’s assertions that Iran is non-compliant with it’s JCPOA obligations.
North Korea conducts sixth nuclear test in violation of UN Security Council sanctions. International community posed to impose stronger sanctions?
On 09 August 2017, Mexican soccer legend Rafael Márquez was blacklisted by the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). He was placed on the Specially Designated Nationals List), under the Foreign Narcotics Kingpin Designation Act (Kingpin Act). As a SDN, persons subject to U.S. jurisdiction are prohibited from doing any business with the soccer giant.