October 30, 2020

Episode Two: What’s in Store for Sanctions?

By Elizabeth Rosenberg

No matter who wins, the US sanctions strategy is sure to be impacted by the upcoming election. How will the results affect Washington’s current favoured foreign policy tool? Emil Dall speaks with Elizabeth Rosenberg of the Center for New American Security, Nicholas Turner of Steptoe & Johnson Hong Kong and Sascha Lohmann of the SWP (German Institute for International and Security Affairs.)

Listen to the full conversation on RUSI's Financial Crime Insights podcast.

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