History in the making. Back issues of WorldECR dating back to 2011 are available to purchase. A valuable resource for every trade law library.
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TRADE SECURITY JOURNAL ISSUE 3
The EU General Data Protection Regulation: the law you can’t afford to ignore * Extraterritorial application of US trade and anti-corruption laws * Germany tightens rules on FDI reviews * Getting to grips with Mexico’s new anti-corruption law
Trade Security Journal Issue 1
The UK’s Modern Slavery Act: One year in, what has been the impact? * Vetting and selecting a third-party supplier * Recent trends in German and US foreign investment controls * European Parliament adopts text on conflict minerals * Managing civil and criminal law risks when faced with corruption allegations in relation to a third party
EU issues draft guidance on dual-use ICPs * ZTE monitoring period extended * Where should export control compliance sit in a business? Part 2 * Talking export controls with Alex Groba * The many dimensions of the 3D printed gun debate * Back to the past with Iran: peering through the cloud of section * Philippines: Strategic Trade Management Act inches closer to implementation * USA: Tightened restrictions on technology transfer under the Export Control Reform Act
Establishing an effective export compliance organisation * Turkish delight: sanctions, tariffs, and the new normal * US Congress threatens more sanctions against the Russian government * US ramps up sanctions activities against North Korea in 2018 * Transit and the transport service providers – victims or facilitators? * US controls: What every healthcare and life sciences compliance officer needs to know
THE WORLDECR AWARDS 2018 * Sanctions – and the impact on arbitration * US Congress to restrict foreign investment and expand export controls * JCPOA general licences revoked; wind down licences issued * Sanctions – the end of alignment? Addressing congressional notification requirements – best practices * State and Commerce proposed revisions to rules on the export of firearms and ammunition
The Kim-Trump Summit: a new era? * US announces ‘strictest BIS compliance requirements ever’ on ZTE * Putin signs counter-sanctions into law * Focus: perspectives on the impact of US withdrawal from the JCPOA * UK: Sanctions & Anti-Money Laundering Act 2018 * The UK’s ‘arms brokering’ controls: not always understood * Crypto currencies, tokens, smart contracts and sanctions * Recent changes in Japanese export controls
President Trump pulls out of Iran nuclear deal: Sanctions re-imposed * Indian government promotes implementation of ICPs for export controls * The prospect of expanded EU blocking legislation: a solution or a problem? * Israel introduces major export control reforms * Implementing proliferation financing controls: How export controls can help * Breaking new digital ground and driving impact through internal audit at Siemens * Practical solutions to managing re-export risks in a global aerospace and defence supply chain
EU dual-use penalties in national legislation * The relevance for financial institutions of standard provisions in EU sanctions *Crossing boundaries – the art of export controls * CAATSA’s section 231: a dangerous precedent? * Iran SEC disclosures * National security, export controls, and the space economy * OFAC sets CAATSA on big names in Russian business and politics * EU experts: Introduce cyber-surveillance items as ‘third pillar’ of export controls *
US: ‘toughest ever’ North Korea sanctions * WorldECR visits the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies in Monterey * Demystifying delisting: A guide to seeking removal from international sanctions lists * OFAC’s pivot to Asia: new risks emerge * CSE and the long arm of US sanctions * Peru: Dual-use export controls in transit and transhipment * The missile sanctions gap: realigning US and EU Iran designations * Smart contracts, blockchain and export control compliance