UN Sanctions overview
We live in a dynamic and fast-moving era for sanctions, which are becoming a more frequently deployed tool of international policy and geopolitics.
More states are using them in more creative (and often unilateral) ways. An evermore complicated web of internationally applicable rules and regulations is developing as a result, and it has never been more important for participants to be fully informed. No previous publication has addressed in a structured way all the main issues raised by the proliferation of sanctions regimes and investigations. GIR’s Guide to Sanctions addresses this lacuna with the contribution of Carter-Ruck partner Guy Martin and senior associate Charles Enderby Smith. The Guide clearly dissects the topic in a practical fashion, from the perspectives of various key stakeholder’s, providing an invaluable resource.