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ReportsSanctions by the Numbers: 2020 Year in Review
Sanctions designations remained high in 2020, with 777 designations compared to 785 in 2019....
By Sam Dorshimer & Francis Shin
ReportsExposing the Financial Footprints of North Korea’s Hackers
How North Korea conducts intricate and sweeping cyberattacks against the United States and its allies to acquire funds to support its illicit nuclear proliferation efforts....
By Jason Bartlett
ReportsSanctions by the Numbers: Spotlight on Iran
This edition of Sanctions by the Numbers explores Iran sanctions, tracking how designations and delistings have evolved over time, the dozens of countries affected by Iran-rel...
By Abigail Eineman
ReportsEmerging Threats in Combating Proliferation Finance
The international community, led by the United States, needs to demonstrate a renewed sense of urgency in response to an evolving threat environment....
By Neil Bhatiya
ReportsNew Russia Sanctions from Congress
Congress adopted new sanctions in late July to codify and significantly expand U.S. financial restrictions on Russia and tightly constrain the president’s exercise of policy i...
By Elizabeth Rosenberg, Neil Bhatiya & Edoardo Saravalle
ReportsFollowing 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
ReportsThe 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
ReportsThe 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
ReportsThe New Tools of Economic Warfare
Sanctions experts at the Center for a New American Security and NYU School of Law's Center on Law and Security assess the effectiveness of sanctions following the aftermath o...
By Elizabeth Rosenberg, Dr. Daniel Drezner, Julia Solomon-Strauss & Zachary K. Goldman