News: Sanctions

Rachel Barnes speaking on sanctions in Cyprus and Jersey

Rachel Barnes is speaking today on international sanctions and export controls at the English-Cypriot Law Day, Limassol,...

13th September 2019

UN Security Council delists Tunisian national from sanctions list

Mr Nassim Saadi, a Tunisian national, has been removed the global ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaida sanctions list by the United...

16th May 2019

US, EU and UK Sanctions

Rachel Barnes was a guest lecturer at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, Boston, the first and...

8th April 2019

OFSI gears up to use its civil enforcement powers

Rachel Barnes, Patrick Hill & Genevieve Woods have recently published an article on UK sanctions enforcement, originally...

7th March 2019

Sanctions enforcement set to increase

Rachel Barnes, Patrick Hill and Genevieve Woods have co-authored an article on sanctions in the January 2019 issue of...

8th February 2019

Sanctions: Challenging Designations

Rachel Barnes has authored a Practice Note for Practical Law (Thomson Reuters). Rachel looks at UN, EU and UK-autonomous...

25th June 2018

‘Trading Blows’: Rachel Barnes is quoted in The Law Gazette sanctions article

Rachel Barnes is quoted in 'Trading Blows', a feature article in The Law Society Gazette on the practical fallout of new US...

23rd May 2018

UN Al-Qaida Sanctions De-listing

On 15 April, the UN Security Council's Al-Qaida sanctions committee decided to de-list Youcef Abdoui and lift the asset...

25th April 2014

UN Security Council delists individual from Al-Qaida sanctions list

On 1 May 2013 the UN Security Council sanctions committee decided to remove Mr A from the Al-Qaida sanctions list, following...

3rd May 2013

Rachel Barnes to speak on sanctions and embargoes

Rachel Barnes is speaking on Sanctions and Embargoes: International Law and Contemporary Practice, at the British Institute...

24th April 2013