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Implications of New Oil Sanctions on Iran

Richard M. Nephew

Title:
Implications of New Oil Sanctions on Iran
Author(s):
Nephew, Richard M.
Date:
Type:
Reports
Department(s):
Center on Global Energy Policy
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Series:
Center on Global Energy Policy Reports
Geographic Area:
Iran
Publisher:
Center on Global Energy Policy
Publisher Location:
New York
Abstract:
Sanctions imposed by the United States and its partners against Iran’s oil sector have had a major impact in debilitating both the sector itself and the broader economy. It is likely that this sector will be the target of additional pressure should the international sanctions campaign against Iran be renewed in full. This issue brief, authored by Richard Nephew, Program Director for Economic Statecraft, Sanctions and Energy Markets at the Center on Global Energy Policy, examines the recent history of Iran oil sanctions and seeks to draw lessons for their renewed application.
Subject(s):
Economic sanctions
Petroleum industry and trade--Economic aspects
Petroleum industry and trade--Political aspects
Economic sanctions, American
Commerce
International relations
International law
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Richard M. Nephew, , Implications of New Oil Sanctions on Iran, Columbia University Academic Commons, .

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