RUSI Experts give evidence to Parliament on UK Sanctions After Brexit
Watch Emil Dall give evidence to the House of Lords EU Committee on how Brexit will affect the UK’s ability to influence EU decision-making on sanctions.
RUSI Task Force on the Future of UK Sanctions Policy
RUSI’s high-level taskforce, composed of former officials, academic and policy experts and private sector senior executives will provide recommendations on what UK sanctions policy should look like after Brexit.
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