Oleg Deripaska, a sanctioned Russian billionaire, laid out in a recent court filing why the U.S. Treasury Department chose not to delist him.
The U.S. Department of Commerce on Monday announced new rules aimed at tightening export controls on items to China that could end up in the hands of that country’s military, even if they are for civilian use.
The United Nations this week sanctioned Abdoulaye Miskine, the leader of a rebel group in the Central African Republic, a country riven by years of conflict.
The U.S. Treasury Department late Tuesday tightened its authorizations on the Venezuelan operations of Chevron Corp. and several other oil companies, ordering the firms to “wind down” their work in the country by Dec. 1.
Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK) reached settlements with U.S. prosecutors and New York State banking regulators, agreeing on Monday to pay USD 86 million to resolve investigations into its anti-money-laundering (AML) compliance program.
U.S. technology has aided the expansive high-tech surveillance network operated by authorities in Xinjiang, where China collects data on faces, DNA and other personal information.
The U.S. State Department on Monday sanctioned the Russian Imperial Movement (RIM), in what a U.S. official said marked the first time Washington has ever designated a foreign white supremacist terror group.
A Seoul-based e-commerce platform openly sells North Korean goods, including art, antiques, liquor and more, and payments are routed to two large South Korean banks, Kharon found.