Congress To Review New Sanctions Reform Bill
The US Congress is reviewing a new bill which would requireboth Congress and the White House to consider the economic ramifications ofunilateral sanctions imposed by the US. The Sanctions Process Reform Act,introduced in both the House and Senate on 24 March, has key bi-partisansupport in both chambers. The Senate bill is sponsored by Senators RichardLugar (R-IN), Robert Kerrey (D-NE) and Chuck Hagel (R-NE) and...
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