1. Preventing a Nuclear Iran a Top National Security Objective

    The list of United States sanctions against Iran, intended to pressure the country into abandoning its nuclear program, continues to grow. From law firm King & Spalding:

    “[T] he United States and its allies have increasingly turned to economic sanctions as a tool to further isolate the Iranian regime by seeking to deprive it of the benefits of international commerce. To this end, over the past three years a series of new laws have continued to expand already restrictive U.S. sanctions programs by, among other things, expanding the extraterritorial reach of U.S. law. In particular, these new sanctions have a direct impact on the energy and petrochemical industries, and on U.S. businesses with foreign subsidiaries.” 

    Read the full update, U.S. Continues to Expand Sanctions Against Iran by Christine Savage, Jane Cohen and Shannon Doyle - King & Spalding»

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