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a government order imposing a trade barrier

ban the publication of (documents), as for security or copyright reasons

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prevent commerce

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The negotiation of a robust global ATT is an opportunity for UN member states to agree to conventional arms transfer standards that also strengthen implementation of UN arms embargoes.
For more information see Project Ploughshares Working Paper 10-2, UN Arms Embargoes and the Arms Trade Treaty, available at http://www.
Embargoes must be strengthened but even then they will remain a blunt instrument.
In a Los Angeles Times oped last year Gottlieb described "the ASCO effect" on stocks--they begin rising more than two weeks prior to the annual meeting--and he criticized ASCO's "strict embargoes and gag clauses that silence researchers and journalists.
Plus, he adds, doing away with embargoes would force science and medical reporters to be more enterprising.
Although the scope of each embargo can vary to some degree, embargoes generally forbid any type of financial transaction with the embargoed country or its nationals, directly or indirectly, regardless of whether the transaction involves U.
The embargoes enforced by OFAC are extremely broad and prohibit any U.
List the principles of US sanctions and trade embargoes, outline the history and importance of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and identify conduct that violates the FCPA.
cases for the implementation of the arms embargoes; type and nature of the sanctioned behavior; decision-making within the targeted country or group; effects on targeted countries; identification of domestic actors in the target country that gain or lose from the sanctions; as well as the implementation of arms embargoes by embargoing states.
Chapter 1: A framework for the analysis of the effectiveness of arms embargoes
Since 1990, the UN has imposed a total of nine mandatory arms embargoes in response to external aggression against a sovereign state, civil war, breaches of peace accords, humanitarian emergencies, human rights violations, coups, or acts of terrorism.
Considerable disagreement exists over when and how arms embargoes and other sanctions should be imposed.
The embargoes are cutting Americans off from scholars, dissidents, scientists and others in regions that are of enormous public concern," said Peter Givler, Executive Director of AAUP.
TWEA and IEEPA were twice amended by Congress, in the Berman Amendment and the Free Trade in Ideas Amendment, to make it clear that transactions involving "information and informational materials" are exempt from trade embargoes.
The government's decision confirms the position IEEE has argued for over a year that its entire publishing process falls outside the scope of OFAC's regulations because of the Berman Amendment to the trade sanctions law that excludes the free exchange of information from OFAC's economic embargoes.