A post from Lawfare on 13 June says that the UN Analytical Support and Sanctions Monitoring Team regularly issues highly useful reports on al-Qaeda, the Islamic State, and related movements. The reports identify entities subject to global penalties because of their involvement in terrorism, but they also identify some individuals and groups who are not formally listed. The post examines this “not listed” category, explaining how UN experts are implying that entities on it are also dangerous and that governments should formally designate them.
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