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CFIUS reform becomes reality * Canada’s new export brokering regime * Seven DDTC licensing trends to inform your defence export strategy * EU blocking regulation: an Italian perspective * With or without a trade deal, national security concerns regarding China are here to stay
No-deal Brexit and UK/EU exports of Annex 1 dual-use controlled goods * Military ordnance and export control in France * Has the United States weaponised the dollar? * A context to conflict: the extra territorial effect of US sanctions * Japan to tighten export restrictions to Korea * Intangible transfer of technology: recent developments in India
FedEx sues Commerce, saying: ‘We’re not a law enforcement agency’ * UK seeks stay on Saudi arms block * European Council issues negotiating mandate for recast Dual-Use Regulation * China already implementing new export control law in response to Huawei restrictions * Thailand to start enforcement of export controls in 2020 * Utilising identity access management solutions to safeguard sensitive data
EU: New sanctions for malicious external cyber-attacks * US announces new secondary sanctions on Iran’s iron, steel, aluminium, and copper sectors * Cuba policy in flux: Seven unanswered questions * ICPs: Industry as a responsible stakeholder in international trade * Global Magnitsky Sanctions: raising the human rights and anti-corruption bar * Strategic trade and the darknet markets
Trade sanctions in sub-Saharan Africa * US: private lawsuits over seized Cuban property? * Navigating the current sanctions landscape in Venezuela * The new 126.4 ITAR exemption: Six things you need to know * Interview: Ambassador Jānis Zlamets, NSG chair * The challenge of balancing export controls and promoting research and innovation * Regulating the future: Concerns over defining ‘emerging technologies’
Deripaska sues OFAC and Mnuchin * Talking sanctions: Maryam Taher and Maya Lester QC * How non-US companies may soon be sued for business in Cuba * EU sanctions: how re-listings can happen * The French approach to EU sanctions * Anomalies in Ukraine’s air transport controls * Contours of change: US Iran sanctions – from Helms-Burton to the SPV * India and its ITT controls
BREXIT and strategic trade controls * US expands Venezuela sanctions, targets PdVSA * The INSTEX SPV: Will it work? * Huawei – sanctions and export control risks for US and multinational companies * Contractual protections: considerations and pitfalls in sanctions provisions * Leading practices for export compliance audits * The Kharon screening solution
Rusal et al taken off the SDN list * US government sanctions PdVSA and its subsidiaries around the world * OFSI gears up to use its civil enforcement powers * Update on US and EU Russia sanctions and the energy market * Promoting biosecurity through export controls * Sanctions application and practice in India
US announces new Nicaragua sanctions * Cyber-surveillance export control reform in the United States * Commerce asks the public for advice on possible controls over emerging technologies * Exploring the rationale behind the Russian export control system * SPECIAL REPORT: A WORLD OF CHANGE China threatens ‘serious consequences’ following Huawei executive’s arrest * Interview: Warren Bayliss of Rolls-Royce * New Canadian sanctions target individuals involved in murder of Jamal Khashoggi
Trade Security Journal issue 10
Cybersecurity and data protection in Asia Pacific * Turning up the heat: corporate legal accountability for climate change * Three steps to compliance heaven or the search for the perfect ICP * Coming in from the cold: deferred prosecution agreements in Canada * Identifying and mitigating construction-related corruption risks * The criminal liability of companies in Egypt