Secondary sanctions: the impact on targeted economies and the geostrategic implications
Published 18 October 2022
Sanctions have been the defining feature of the Western response to several geopolitical challenges. The Association of Foreign Press Correspondents (AFPC-USA) in partnership with the Hinrich Foundation organized a webinar on 6 Oct 2022 to unpack the impact of secondary sanctions on target economies.
In the 90-minute session, the panelists discussed the impact of secondary sanctions looking at Russia, China, and Iran as examples. They analyzed the effects, efficacy, and side effects of the recent US and EU sanctions on Russia. And examined China's attempt to balance relations with Russia and the West in the light of Western sanctions on Moscow. The discussion also included an investigation into how China uses primary, secondary, and comprehensive sanctions.
Catch up on this discussion organized by the Association of Foreign Press Correspondents (AFPC-USA) and the Hinrich Foundation to delve deeper into the economic and geostrategic implications of secondary sanctions. The webinar was moderated by Patrícia Vasconcellos, the US correspondent for Brazilian TV network, SBT.
- Esfandyar Batmanghelidj, Founder and CEO, Bourse & Bazaar Foundation
- Agathe Demarais, Global Forecasting Director, Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU)
- Ali Wyne, Senior Analyst, Eurasia Group’s Global Macro-Geopolitics practice
- Bryce Barros, China Affairs Analyst, Alliance for Securing Democracy, German Marshall Fund
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