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Biography for Ian Cohen

Ian Cohen, Associate Editor, is a reporter with Export Compliance Daily and its sister publication International Trade Today, where he covers export controls, sanctions and international trade issues. He previously worked as a local government reporter in South Florida. Ian graduated with a journalism degree from the University of Florida in 2017 and lives in Washington, D.C. He joined the staff of Warren Communications News in 2019.

Recent Articles by Ian Cohen

BIS Announces New Controls Targeting Foreign Military-Intelligence Activities

The Bureau of Industry and Security announced new controls on technologies and activities that may be supporting foreign military-intelligence end-uses and end-users in China, Cuba, Russia, Venezuela and other “terrorist-supporting” countries. The agency also will bolster controls to prevent U.S…Subscribe to Read >>

BIS Amends Sudan's EAR Status to Reflect Removal of Terrorism Designation

The Bureau of Industry and Security removed certain license restrictions for Sudan (see 2012080003) to reflect the U.S. decision to rescind Sudan’s designation as a state sponsor of terrorism (see 2012170015). The final rule, effective Jan. 14, will amend the…Subscribe to Read >>

BIS Adds Chinese Entities to Entity List, MEU List

The Bureau of Industry and Security added one Chinese entity to its Entity List, another to its Military End User List and removed two Russian entities from the MEU List, the agency said in a final rule. BIS added China…Subscribe to Read >>

US Should Join CPTPP, Engage More With Allies to Counter China, Foreign Officials Say

The Joe Biden administration is expected to cooperate more with allies to counter China and more closely coordinate on trade deals and restrictions, officials from the European Union and Australia said. While the EU wants to work with the new…Subscribe to Read >>

UK, Canada Announce Trade Restrictions in Response to Human Rights Violations in Xinjiang

The United Kingdom and Canada announced a range of measures to restrict trade with China’s Xinjiang region over allegations of human rights violations committed against Uighurs and other ethnic minorities. The measures include export controls, restrictions on certain imports produced…Subscribe to Read >>