President Trump has issued a new executive order implementing further sanctions in response to North Korea’s “provocative, destabilizing, and repressive actions,” particularly its recent intercontinental ballistic missile launches and its nuclear test of September 2, 2017. The new sanctions, to be implemented by the Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), target

The United Nations (UN) Security Council unanimously passed resolution 2375 (2017) on Monday, further sanctioning the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea for its most recent nuclear test, and reaffirmed that North Korea must immediately suspend all activities related to its ballistic missile and nuclear programs in a complete, verifiable and irreversible manner. This latest round

The Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has designated 16 Chinese and Russian entities and individuals for activities related to the support of North Korea’s Kim Jong-un. These sanctions intentionally target third-country companies and individuals that (1) assist already-designated persons who support North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs, (2) deal

Today, President Trump signed into law the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act, which strengthens and expands statutory sanctions on Iran, Russia and North Korea. In a statement released by the White House, the president said, “I favor tough measures to punish and deter bad behavior by the rogue regimes in Tehran and Pyongyang. I

On July 25, the House of Representatives passed legislation that would impose additional sanctions on Iran, North Korea and Russia. The bill would increase sanctions on those involved in Iran’s human rights abuses, its support for terrorism, as well as its ballistic missile program. For Russia, the bill would ensure that existing economic sanctions remain