Each issue of worldecr includes reporting of key developments in export control regulation, enforcement and sanctions, and advice on compliance and best practice around the globe.
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Germany to monitor arms exports end use * The consequences of an OFAC or BIS designation * Talking sanctions with William Reinsch * The legal nexus between export control obligations and cyber..
THE WORLDECR AWARDS 2017 * Sweden moves to restrict arms exports to democracy-friendly customers * Intra-company data exchange: a breeding ground for export control violations * Canada: new measures..
India’s DGFT overhauls SCOMET * Gulf neighbours sever ties with Qatar * Brexit and strategic trade controls: the key implications * Export control and international economic sanctions law in..
UK explores sanctions policy post-Brexit * Rising to the challenge: ZTE looks to the future * Is OFSI the new OFAC? * Egypt’s transit and transhipment regime * Next steps for export control..
Between Trump and Tehran – the dilemma for European business * U.S. sanctions and their impact on arbitration * No violation is too small and no connection too attenuated to escape U.S. OFAC..
Canada reviews its sanctions policy * EU ‘guidance’ on controls on Information Security items and the Cryptography Note * U.S.: New requirements for exports and re-exports to and from Hong Kong *..
Talking export controls with Dr. Sibylle Bauer * New Cybersecurity and encryption laws in China and Vietnam * Japan: the year in export controls and sanctions * Catch-all controls on non-listed goods..
Good practice: ensuring export control compliance for travelling employees * EU: impact of human rights-based controls on cyber-surveillance technologies * DOJ wants your U.S. export controls and..
Call for armed drone exports standards * Russia expands restrictions on government procurement of foreign software and hardware * India: putting export controls on the map * Want your man in Havana?..