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Secondary Sanctions: A First Glance

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How Secondary Sanctions Work
Primary Sanctions to Cease Activity of Bad Actors
Sanctioning Country
Sanctioned Country
Third Party Target
Threat of restricting access to sanctioning country
Cease significant activity with primary sanctions target, including routine commercial transactions
Secondary Sanctions to amplify impact of primary sanctions
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Secondary Sanctions:       A First Glance
-US Department of Justice
-US Department of The Treasury
-Lexology.com
-CNN Money
-C4ADS
Designed by Zach Coles and Alexatrini Tsiknia
Edited by Ole Moehr
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#SanctionsInitiative
Case Study: US Secondary Sanctions Against "the Dandong Connection"
Bank of Dandong
Share of Sino-North Korean Trade (2010)
DHID (20%)
Rest of China (80%)
Dandong Hongxiang Industrial Development (DHID)
Facilitated Money Laundering
Termination of money laundering activity
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DHID's Significance for North Korea's Economy
Secondary sanctions cut off access to US financial system
US secondary sanctions to bolster UN and unilateral US sanctions against North Korea's nuclear program
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