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Following the Money
Terrorist financing entails the raising and moving of funds intended for terrorist causes.1 The number and type of terrorist groups and the threats associated with them have c...
By Ellie Maruyama & Kelsey Hallahan
The Next Generation of Sanctions
Economic sanctions have become a leading, bipartisan tool of American foreign policy. To quote U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew, “Economic sanctions have become a powerful fo...
By Elizabeth Rosenberg & Peter Harrell
Transatlantic Economic Statecraft
Transatlantic cooperation on sanctions is much better today than it was 20 years ago. In 1982 and in 1996, political disputes over sanctions issues saw European countries legi...
By Simond de Galbert
The New Great Game
Report makes specific policy recommendations for how the United States can leverage its rapidly-growing energy assets for national security goals, particularly with regard to ...
By Elizabeth Rosenberg, Ellie Maruyama, Alexander Sullivan & David Gordon
Diminishing Returns? The Future of Economic Coercion
CNAS experts lay out the success of recent financial sanctions, details obstacles to their continued effectiveness, discusses how other countries like China may use similar to...
By Eric Lorber & Peter Feaver
Lessons from Russia and the Future of Sanctions
Peter Harrell, an Adjunct Senior Fellow in the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) Energy, Economics, and Security Program, examines what led U.S. policymakers to develo...
By Peter Harrell
Economic Statecraft: American Economic Power and the New Face of Financial Warfare
Senior Fellow Elizabeth Rosenberg and Adjunct Senior Fellow Zachary K. Goldman describe challenges associated with the increasing application of coercive economic measures to ...
By Elizabeth Rosenberg & Zachary K. Goldman