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Obama announces major change in Cuba policy

DECEMBER 17, 2014 — President Barack Obama today announced what look to be significant steps to normalize relations with Cuba. Although he unveiled a significant rolling back of restrictions, it is unclear

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EU-Russia trade dispute hits DFDS service

AUGUST 22, 2014 — Copenhagen, Denmark, headquartered DFDS Seaways is feeling the impact of the sanctions tit for tat between the EU and Russia resulting from Russia’s actions in Ukraine and Korea.

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Ukraine formally closes Crimean ports

JULY 16, 2014—Ukraine has now put into effect a directive that formally closes sea ports in the Crimean region to international shipping. This affects the following ports: Kerch Theodosia Sevastopol Yalta Evpatoria

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Matthew J. Thomas joins Blank Rome

JANUARY 27, 2014 — Matthew J. Thomas has joined the Washington, D.C. office of law firm Blank Rome as a partner in the maritime, international trade, and public contracts group. Mr. Thomas

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German owner ends Iran port calls

AUGUST 9, 2013 — Iran sanctions watchdog United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) has applauded German shipping company Reederei Rudolf Schepers GmbH & Co KG Last month, UANI wrote to Reederei Rudolf Schepers,

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Shipowner Victor Restis arrested

JULY 23, 2013 — Greek shipowner Victor Restis now has more immediate problems than the suggestions by United Against Nuclear Iran (UANI) that he has been involved in Iran sanctions busting. Mr.