North Korea watchers can now search sanctions with ‘one stop shop’ platform
C4ADS’ newly revamped Sanctions Explorer offers searchable database of entities and sanctions updates over time
For those who pay close attention to North Korea sanctions, the struggle of opening multiple tabs and bookmarking link after link is likely a familiar story.
Now, a new tool makes sanctions against the DPRK easier to search and aggregates them all in one place: The Center for Advanced Defense Studies (C4ADS) developed a not-for-profit tool called Sanctions Explorer for researchers.
Prior to the Sanctions Explorer, finding sanctions information often felt feudal: Each major sanctioning authority provided information only on its own digital kingdom, with little to no reference to others’ sanctions.[p
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