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Jobs – not Iranian government – hardest hit by metals sanctions

Jobs – not Iranian government – hardest hit by metals sanctions

Issue 80, June 2019
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US withdrawal from ATT ‘will make it harder to convince others to join’

US withdrawal from ATT ‘will make it harder to convince others to join’

Issue 80, June 2019
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New cybersanctions regimes for European Union

New cybersanctions regimes for European Union

Issue 80, June 2019
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President and BIS target Huawei for ‘activities that are contrary to US national security or foreign policy interest’

President and BIS target Huawei for ‘activities that are contrary to US national security or foreign policy interest’

Issue 80, June 2019
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Trade sanctions in sub-Saharan Africa: US, EU, and African regimes

Trade sanctions in sub-Saharan Africa: US, EU, and African regimes

Issue 79, May 2019
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Does the lifting of the Sudan sanctions in 2017 mean sanctions risk in Sub-Saharan Africa is now minimal? Kerry Contini, Ben Smith and Darryl Bernstein look at the patchwork of restrictions that..

Regulating the future: Concerns over defining ‘emerging technologies’

Regulating the future: Concerns over defining ‘emerging technologies’

Issue 79, May 2019
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Analysis of responses to BIS’s request for comments on proposals for export control of emerging technologies illuminates the hopes and fears of industry for technology governance, writes Dr. Scott..

The challenge of balancing export controls and promoting research and innovation

The challenge of balancing export controls and promoting research and innovation

Issue 79, May 2019
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Academic freedom cannot lead to a general exemption for research and academia when complying with export control rules and regulations. But is the academic world aware of its rights and duties? And..

The new 126.4 ITAR exemption for transfers by or for the US government: Six things you need to know

The new 126.4 ITAR exemption for transfers by or for the US government: Six things you need to know

Issue 79, May 2019
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The new 22 CFR 126.4 ITAR licence exemption for transfers of defence articles and defence services by or for the US government is very welcome. But, write Kay C. Georgi, Marwa M. Hassoun and Regan..

Navigating the current sanctions landscape in Venezuela

Navigating the current sanctions landscape in Venezuela

Issue 79, May 2019
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‘Increasing numbers of sanctions against the government of Venezuela and the Maduro regime have presented significant challenges for companies doing business in the region.’ Matthew Rabinowitz..

Issue 79 Editorial

Issue 79 Editorial

Issue 79, May 2019
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On the pedestal these words appear... ‘My name is Ozymandias, King of Kings..

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