August 19, 2022

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Cameron Trainer

Cameron Trainer is a Research Associate at the Washington, DC office of the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS). His research is predominantly focused on the implementation, enforcement, and evaluation of the United Nations sanctions regime on North Korea. He is a certified anti-money laundering specialist and holds a M.A. (honors) from the University of St Andrews, where he studied International Relations and Russian.

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Judge Juche: how North Korean front companies sell their software to the world

Judge Juche: how North Korean front companies sell their software to the world

Difficulties in tracking sources of digital wares pose challenges to those complying with sanctions

Judge Juche: how North Korean front companies sell their software to the world
Cameron Trainer
Cameron Trainer October 4, 2019
Judge Juche: the curious case of the Wise Honest seizure

Judge Juche: the curious case of the Wise Honest seizure

The loss of one of its largest ships deals a major blow to North Korea's money-making abilities

Judge Juche: the curious case of the Wise Honest seizure
Cameron Trainer
Cameron Trainer May 13, 2019
Judge Juche: How Russian courts penalize North Korean cash smuggling

Judge Juche: How Russian courts penalize North Korean cash smuggling

Court records suggest sanctions enforcement is not a top priority

Judge Juche: How Russian courts penalize North Korean cash smuggling
Cameron Trainer
Cameron Trainer March 18, 2019