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UK and Lithuania commit to closer collaboration to tackle malign regimes
UK PM call with President Zelenskyy 22 May 2022
Secretary Blinken’s Meeting with Kazakhstani Foreign Minister Tileuberdi
Revocation of Five Foreign Terrorist Organizations Designations and Delisting of Six Deceased Individuals as Specially Designated
Canada imposes additional sanctions on Russian oligarchs in response to Putin’s continued aggression on Ukraine
IMF Staff Reaches Staff-Level Agreement on Senegal’s Policy Coordination Instrument, Stand-By Credit Facility, Stand-By Arrangement
Links between incentives and ethical lapses identified in ILR research
Possible Death Penalty against Pro-Democracy Activists and Anti-War Protesters in Belarus
UN Mission on Sanctions Rejoices Iranian Regime
Competition Bureau takes action to protect competition for car sharing services in Canada
Statement on National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan’s Meeting with Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti
Further Russia and Belarus Sanctions
Secretary’s Meeting with Greek Foreign Minister Dendias
Government to ban sanctioned Russians from entering Canada
Deputy Prime Minister to attend G7 Finance Ministers Meeting in Germany
Supercharged hunger crisis could cause mass child starvation, as conflict cripples Europe’s ‘breadbasket’
Guidance on Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Information Technology Workers
Belarusian leaders and defence entities targeted under latest round of sanctions
UN rights chief calls for end to ‘culture of impunity’
IMF Concludes Quinquennial SDR Valuation Review and Determines New Currency Weights for SDR Valuation Basket
Syria: In societies shattered by conflict, civilians pay high price for years
UK Sanctions shady network funding Putin’s lavish lifestyle
Authorizing Specified Economic Activities in Non-Regime Held Areas of Northeast and Northwest Syria
Condemning North Korea’s ballistic missile launches UK Statement at UN Security Council
Autosobriety Training Programme to prevent drink-driving kicks off in Ecuador
Need to protect faith based medical and aged care providers from “kill bill”
University of Toronto sues Easy EDU tutoring company
Investment in public schools reduces contact with criminal justice system, according to U
New sanctions target disinformation and malicious cyber actors
New Parliament Should Focus on Rights Issues in Lebanon
Poor building processes at Alkimos home where roof detached
UK punishes Putin with new round of sanctions on £1.7 billion of goods
Minister Ng speaks with First Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Svyrydenko
Deputy Secretary Sherman’s Meeting with French, German, Italian, and UK Counterparts 8 May
Readout of President Biden’s Call with Prime Minister Trudeau of Canada
Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s Illicit Activities and Sanctions Evasion
Russia UK sanctions major manufacturer of Russian steel
Secretary Blinken and Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde Before Their Meeting
Russia cut off from UK services
Additional sanctions in response to Russia’s invasion
Statement on National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan’s Meeting with Secretary General of Japan’s National Security Secretariat Akiba
Financial system resilient to heightened challenges
Increased costs will not necessarily lead to major revenue problems
Australia continuing to avoid direct sanctions on Myanmar military
World Press Freedom Day 2022: government must show its commitment through action, not just words
More political elites and defence entities sanctioned, and prohibitions extended
Series of penalties issued as part of Transport Canada’s investigation into Montréal-Cancun flight of December 30, 2021
President Biden’s Comprehensive Proposal to Hold Russian Oligarchs Accountable