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Nonproliferation: State Department Should Minimize Reporting Delays That May Affect Sanctions on Trade with Iran, North Korea, and Syria
Thomas Melito (au)
The U.S. uses sanctions to curb proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. Under the 2006 Iran, North Korea, and Syria Nonproliferation Act (INKSNA), the President is required every 6 months to provide reports to two congressional committees that identify every foreign person for whom there is credible information that the person has transferred certain items to or from Iran, North Korea, or Syria. INKSNA authorizes the President to impose sanctions on the identified person and requires him to provide justification if sanctions are not imposed. The President has delegated this authority to the State Department (State). This report (1) examines Stateńˇ╗s timeliness in providing INKSNA reports; (2) reviews Stateńˇ╗s reporting process; and (3) identifies the potential impact of its reporting timeliness on the imposition of sanctions. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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