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Freeze to Seize: Lessons from World War II
As is well known, one of the advantages of being on holiday is having the time to read the US State Department official historian’s 259-page report on US and allied attempts to confiscate German property after World War II, published in 1997. The reason for doing so, quite apart from the topic being intrinsically fascinating,…
Australian Sanctions Extravaganza
Having spent a week in Tasmania, I am now back to work, and what better way to emerge from holiday-induced wooziness than by delving into a couple of sanctions-related developments right here, Down Under! (Before I do that, though, can I digress for a moment’s appreciation of an airline. Not only do Link Airways fly…
In Fewer Words: Does International Law Prohibit the Facilitation of Money Laundering?
One never knows what others might find interesting, and it so happens that a recent article of mine has unexpectedly generated a fair bit of attention on LinkedIn. The lovely people from AML Intelligence have asked me to provide a short summary for those who are curious about the paper’s argument but do not have…
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