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Venezuela: Overview of U.S. Sanctions

Clare Ribando Seelke | Congressional Research Service | 10/16/2019

For more than a decade, the United States has employed sanctions as a policy tool in response to activities of the Venezuelan government and Venezuelan individuals. As Venezuela’s political and…

Secondary Sanctions’ Implications and the Transatlantic Relationship

Samantha Sultoon & Justine Walker | Atlantic Council and UK Finance | 09/19/2019

The term s...

U.S.-China Trade and Economic Relations: Overview

Andres B. Schwarzenberg | Congressional Research Service | 09/12/2019

Background Over the past decades, Congress...

China and Economic Sanctions: Where Does Washington Have Leverage?

Richard Nephew | Brookings | 09/01/2019

Though historically China has been a sanctions recipien...

The United States and Central Europe: Tasks for a Second Century Together

Daniel Fried, Jakub Wisniewski, Denise Forsthuber and Alena Kudzko | Atlantic Council | 06/06/2019

Making Sanctions Bite: The EU–Russian Sanctions of 2014

Matěj Bělín and Jan Hanousek | VoxEU | 04/29/2019

The annexation of the Crimean peninsula by the Russ...

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