Iran: The Sanctions Collapse Myth OFAC’s Summer of Surprises Do As We Say, Not As We Do David Cohen’s Subtle, But Much Needed, Cry For Help A Sanction For (Almost) Every Reason
Moving Full-Time to Sanction Law
Samuel Cutler
September 25, 2015

 

While CESAR was a fun and interesting experiment while it lasted, we have decided to cease publishing on this site and instead devote our efforts...

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Iran: The Sanctions Collapse Myth
Samuel Cutler
November 21, 2013

 

Today’s debate over an interim nuclear deal with Iran is rightly focused on the size and scope of sanctions relief Tehran will receive in exchange...

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OFAC’s Summer of Surprises
Samuel Cutler
September 11, 2013

 

The Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) is primarily known for its role as the agency charged with enforcing Iran sanctions. This summer,...

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Do As We Say, Not As We Do
Samuel Cutler
July 17, 2013

 

Does the U.S. expect Iran to capitulate to sanctions in a way it would not? As the international community awaits the next round of P5+1 negotiations...

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David Cohen’s Subtle, But Much Needed, Cry For Help
Samuel Cutler
June 11, 2013

 

During Tuesday’s Senate Banking Committee hearing on Iran sanctions, New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez asked TFI Undersecretary David Cohen a question which has been on...

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A Sanction For (Almost) Every Reason
Erich Ferrari
June 6, 2013

 

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...

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Iran: The Sanctions Collapse Myth

Today’s debate over an interim nuclear deal with Iran is rightly focused on the size and...

Moving Full-Time to Sanction Law

While CESAR was a fun and interesting experiment while it lasted, we have decided to cease...