Anton Moiseienko is a Lecturer in Law at the Australian National University. His work focuses on transnational crime, economic crime and cybercrime, as well as legal and policy aspects of targeted sanctions. He is the author of Corruption and Targeted Sanctions, a monograph on the legal and policy implications of ‘Magnitsky’ laws. He has also co-edited four books on transnational crime.
Sanctions, Confiscation, and the Rule of Law
One of the many depressing features of Russia’s ongoing war against Ukraine is the dearth of immediately available avenues for accountability. Discussions continue apace as to the establishment of a tribunal to adjudicate international crimes committed, but there is no denying that its effectiveness will be hostage to political—meaning, in this instance, military—realities. The thus-far … Continuedlire l'article