Swift Quoted on Office of Foreign Assets Control Sanctions

05 February 2014 Wall Street Journal News

Wall Street Journal

Associate Christopher Swift was quoted in the Wall Street Journal on February 5, 2014 in an article titled “OFAC Rises as Sanctions Become a Major Policy Tool.” The article discusses the rising importance of the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control as sanctions have become a leading tool of U.S. foreign policy. Swift was quoted saying, “The U.S. government recognized the value of economic coercion in terms of pursuing national security and foreign policy goals.”

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