Authorities had ‘reason to believe that the Grace 1 was carrying its shipment of crude oil to the Banyas Refinery in Syria.’
Chinese government using ‘loopholes that enabled it to have access to, and direct use of, American-built satellites.’
Sales of surveillance software should be paused until a human rights-compliant safeguards regime is in place.
Japan rumoured to be ‘seeking to remove South Korea from its “white list” of countries that are considered as posing no security risk.’
‘U.S. sanctions need not be permanent; sanctions are intended to bring about a positive change of behavior.’
FedEx: 'EAR violate common carriers’ rights to due process under the Fifth Amendment.’
Designation of Iran's Supreme Leader follows ramping up of tensions between US and Iran.
No new Saudi licences while ECJU reconsiders ‘the decisions we made about those licences’.
Rule updates report filing requirements and revises licensing procedures section.
Sanctions ‘in response to gross and systematic human rights violations.’