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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

Senators to Move 'Quickly' on Bill to Expand US Sanctions Against China

Two senators plan to introduce a bill they say will expand U.S. sanctions against Chinese efforts to meddle in Hong Kong’s autonomy. The bill would impose sanctions on Chinese policymakers and entities and would introduce secondary sanctions against certain…Subscribe to Read >>

New Chinese Law Could Lead to US Trade Restrictions, Export Controls Against Hong Kong

A new law being considered by China’s National People's Congress could trigger U.S. export controls and cause the U.S. to revoke Hong Kong’s special customs status, said Jude Blanchette, a China expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies…Subscribe to Read >>

US Still Considering India Sanctions, Continuing to Push for Trade Deal, State Dept. Official Says

The Trump administration is still considering sanctioning India over purchases of Russian missile defense systems, a top State Department official said. Alice Wells, principal deputy assistant secretary of state for South and Central Asia, said there remains widespread support both…Subscribe to Read >>

Treasury Proposes Revision of CFIUS Declaration Requirements Involving Critical Technologies

The Treasury Department issued a proposed rule to modify mandatory declaration requirements for certain transactions involving critical technologies. Under the rule, transactions would require a declaration if the critical technology would normally be subject to a U.S. export license…Subscribe to Read >>

TSMC Deal May Disadvantage US Semiconductor Companies, Senators Say

Three senators are concerned the U.S.’s deal with the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (see 2005150033) may disadvantage U.S. chip companies through unfair subsidies and could allow China access to sensitive technologies. In a May 19 letter to the…Subscribe to Read >>