Is it the Sanctions?

by Erich Ferrari via Sanctions Law For over a year now, those in the sanctions policy and legal worlds have been discussing the difficulties that food and medicine exports have had in reaching Iran. A large part of this discussion… Continue Reading  

A Sanction For (Almost) Every Reason

by Erich Ferrari via Sanctions Law I suppose the President has gotten tired of Congress getting all of the attention when it comes to imposing new sanctions on Iran. Earlier this week, he issued a new executive order implementing certain sanctions that… Continue Reading  

Iran’s Medical Shortages: Who’s Responsible?

by Jasmin Ramsey Press reports about medical supply shortages in Iran, some of which have described devastating consequences, have been surfacing in the last two years, while debate rages on about who’s responsible — the Iranian government or the sanctions… Continue Reading  

Effect of Eased Iran Restrictions May Take Time

by Erich C. Ferrari and Samuel Cutler In a move alluded to earlier this week by Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman, the United States Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has released General… Continue Reading  

EU Notably Silent after US Sanctions Greek National

If an international agreement is violated and no one makes a sound, did it really happen? by Samuel Cutler A few weeks ago, the State Department imposed sanctions on Greek businessman Dimitris Cambis and his company, Impire Shipping Ltd., pursuant… Continue Reading