Economic Sanctions and Lawsuits Against Terrorists - Module 4 of 5
What is the primary argument made by critics of economic sanctions imposed against state and non-state actors?
When the United States lists an organization or country as an FTO or a state sponsor of terrorism, the ____________________ allows the President to impose various economic sanctions against either.
Which of the following countries has been labelled as a state sponsor of terrorism?
What does a financial restriction seek to do?
Which of the following are examples of technology that the U.S. can restrict the transfer of?
Courts have held that that freezing assets is NOT a constitutional assertion of governmental counterterrorism power.
Freezing assets doesn’t just mean blocking access to accounts; it can also mean _________ and civil forfeitures.
What is one reason why an individual terrorist is hard to sue?
A state sponsor of terrorism can be sued for its acts and support of foreign terrorist organizations.
Which of the following is a federal government agency that identifies assets to be frozen?