By Maya Lester KC & Michael O’Kane


Sanctions are imposed in the US by the legislative and the executive branch of government.  The legislative branch, the US Congress, issues statutes in order to create sanctions regimes. The executive branch is authorised to implement UN sanctions via Section 5 of the United Nations Participation Act of 1945. The International Emergency Economic Powers Act permits the President (the executive…...

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