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When a Kingpin designation notice from Treasury pops up in your inbox, the first thought in your mind is not likely to be “steroids.” But Treasury clearly takes its counter-narcotics mandate seriously and has designated the network of the Slovenian steroids dealer Mihael Karner
Samuel Cutler and Matthew Reed explain the practical and legal obstacles that make an oil-for-goods deal between Iran and Russia unlikely. Neither Tehran nor Moscow, they argue, will be willing to take on the consequences of a such a deal for so little reward.
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