Sanctions on Russia Are Working. Here’s Why.
The Kremlin’s ability to wage war is already constrained, but the worst is yet to come.
Vessels from Greece and phantom fleets of unregistered ships have allowed Moscow to evade sanctions and export its oil—but it’s about to get more difficult.
Washington’s crackdown on technology access is creating a new kind of global conflict.
Shipping workers abroad helps the North Korean leader evade sanctions and finance his nuclear weapons.
United Nations sanctions are already on the books—they just need to be reactivated.
The Biden administration’s policies on sanctions and asylum-seekers are making the country's humanitarian situation worse.
Once-dominant Washington is now beholden to the whims of its smaller neighbors.
New U.S. sanctions are in some ways more restrictive than Cold-War era controls.
Cracks have emerged in their marriage of convenience, but the two autocrats are in it for the long haul.
A new generation of business owners with no experience are snapping up Western companies’ assets at fire-sale prices.
Ignore the naysayers—the long-prepared plan is a smart way to slash the Kremlin’s profits.
Former Maduro allies in Colombia and Brazil have recently rebuked him.
Export restrictions are slow and imperfect, but they work.
The West has inflicted damage on the Russian economy, but Putin has so far contained those costs.
The vessels’ activity highlights the challenge faced by the Biden administration in enforcing Russia sanctions around the world.
Oil and gas are a critical economic lifeline for Myanmar’s military junta.
Resistance and endurance are pointless if diplomatic and economic opportunities are not seized when they arise.
Nine myths about the effects of sanctions and business retreats, debunked.
With top officials beset by U.S. sanctions, the country’s IMF negotiations are bound to get complicated.
Military spending can’t make up for the continent’s lack of military culture.
Moscow’s war is unjust, but there’s no moral obligation for soldiers to refuse to fight.
The U.K. Supreme Court ruling makes another referendum all but impossible, forcing nationalists to change their strategy.