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Brexit has enabled us to act more swiftly on sanctions

In The News, 1 October 2020
Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies, Sanctions
While the EU’s failure to agree on Belarus sanctions in a timely fashion, and the UK’s ability to move swiftly ahead regardless, might be just that — a function of timing — it might also mark the beginning of the end of the UK’s influence on European sanctions policy and a decades-long sanctions partnership.

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Emil Dall
Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Financial Crime & Security Studies

Emil Dall is a Research Fellow in the Centre for Financial Crime & Security Studies at RUSI, where his research focuses on sanctions... read more