Economic and Technology Changes That Will Influence the Availability of U.S. Coercive Economic Measures to Tackle Security Threats
Grant Year: 2018
Elizabeth Rosenberg and Peter Harrell will examine how the United States can best preserve its capability to employ coercive economic measures against states and non-state actors despite structural and technological changes in the financial world. They will undertake research, conduct interviews, and convene workshops to identify changes in financial markets and technologies that might undermine U.S. capabilities for coercive sanctions and to explore ways to mitigate those developments. The project’s findings will appear in a report and a series of articles and policy briefings.
Center For a New American Security International Security & Foreign Policy