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The times (and folk) they are a-changin’

The times (and folk) they are a-changin’

Issue 57, February 2017

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Record sanctions penalty for ZTE

Record sanctions penalty for ZTE

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Settlement includes the largest OFAC penalty against a non-financial entity to date.

Catch-all controls on non-listed goods in the EU and strategies for managing them

Catch-all controls on non-listed goods in the EU and strategies for managing them

Issue 56, December 2016

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The ‘catch-all’control provisions as set out in article 4 of Regulation (EC) No. 428/2009 (the ‘Dual-Use Regulation’) are a key component of the EU’s export control regime. Understanding..

Japan update: the year in export controls and sanctions

Japan update: the year in export controls and sanctions

Issue 56, December 2016

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2016 was a busy year for export controls and sanctions in Japan. As a country that did not export arms, the 2014 introduction of the Three Principles on Transfer of Defense Equipment and Technology..

U.S. and UN take strong action against North Korea

U.S. and UN take strong action against North Korea

Issue 56, December 2016

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International Institute For Strategic Affairs: How can America Trump Pyongyang?

International Institute For Strategic Affairs: How can America Trump Pyongyang?

Issue 56, December 2016

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Understanding U.S. re-export rules:  the ITAR and OFAC sanctions

Understanding U.S. re-export rules:  the ITAR and OFAC sanctions

Issue 55, November 2016

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In the second of a two-part article exploring U.S. re-export rules, Kevin DiBartolo describes the impact of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (‘ITAR’) and the regulations administered..

U.S. tightens North Korea financial sanctions

U.S. tightens North Korea financial sanctions

Issue 55, November 2016

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South Korea aims to sink North Korean submarine programme

South Korea aims to sink North Korean submarine programme

December 2016

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ROK aims to encourage catch-all control of items which could be used in DPRK submarine missile programme.

UN tightens North Korea sanctions

UN tightens North Korea sanctions

December 2016

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Measures tighten natural resources exports and limit the banking facilities of North Korean consulates and diplomatic staff.

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