A former adviser to President Obama predicts continuity by the Trump administration in the frequent use of sanctions in foreign policy.
According to Adam Smith, a Partner at Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP, President Trump will maintain the trend that began under George W. Bush. Since 2000, there has been a nearly 300 per cent increase in sanctions programs in the US, with a commensurate increase in complexity in implementation, enforcement and compliance. Says Smith,
“Trump’s actions in his first month of office already suggest a continuation of the trend.”
There has been a 300% increase in sanctions programs since 2000
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