Sanctions in Response to the Russian Invasion of Ukraine


Eric Freitag (Editor)

Series: Government Procedures and Operations
BISAC: POL061000

Sanctions are a central element of U.S. policy to counter and deter malign Russian behavior. The United States has imposed sanctions on Russia mainly in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, to reverse and deter further Russian aggression in Ukraine, and to deter Russian aggression against other countries.

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Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Schemes and Subversion: How Bad Actors and Foreign Governments Undermine and Evade Sanctions Regimes
Committee on Financial Services

Chapter 2. U.S. Sanctions on Russia
Cory Welt, Kristin Archick, Rebecca M. Nelson and Dianne E. Rennack

Chapter 3. Enforcement of Economic Sanctions: An Overview
Nina M. Hart

Chapter 4. Blocking Property of Certain Persons and Prohibiting Certain Transactions with Respect to Continued Russian Efforts to Undermine the Sovereignty and Territorial Integrity of Ukraine
President Joseph R. Biden, Jr.

Chapter 5. Prohibiting Certain Imports, Exports, and New Investment with Respect to Continued Russian Federation Aggression

Chapter 6. Isolate Russian Government Officials Act of 2022
Committee on Financial Services

Chapter 7. Ending Importation of Russian Oil Act
Public Law 117–109

Chapter 8. Suspending Normal Trade Relations with Russia and Belarus Act
Public Law 117–110


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