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Sanctions as a weapon in the US arsenal

Maritime Risk International

Sanctions as a weapon in the US arsenal

Alexander Brandt, of Reed Smith, discusses the new approach from Joe Biden to the use of sanctions

The Trump administration marked a tumultuous four years of American foreign policy, during which the international maritime community found itself under sustained scrutiny and pressure. The restrictive programmes imposed against Venezuela and Iran in particular, led to some high-profile shipping company casualties.

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