Russia Sanctions Tracker

This tool charts U.S. sanctions against Russia and Russians, allowing users to filter and search sanctions by EO or PL number, source, date, target, and sector. View all sanctions since 2012 in chronological order, or filter sanctions using the criteria in the search box.

Click the symbol to view addition information and resources about an individual sanction.

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Click below for analysis on U.S. sanctions against Russia from

December 13, 2018
Please join the Human Rights Initiative for reflections from U.S. Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD), the author of the Global Magnitsky Act. He will be followed by a panel examining the impact of the Global Magnitsky sanctions, opportunities to improve implementation, and how the sanctions fit within financial sector approaches to human rights and corruption. These sanctions enable targeted designations based on human rights abuse and corruption around the world, and have been imposed on officials and companies in a number of recent high profile situations, including Myanmar, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Nicaragua.
November 6, 2018 | Olga Oliker, Jeffrey Mankoff, and Elizabeth Rosenberg
On this election day 2018, Jeff sits down with Elizabeth Rosenberg, Senior Fellow and Director of the Energy, Economics, and Security Program at the Center for New American Security (CNAS) for a sanctions-themed episode of Russian Roulette. They discuss the strategy and evolution of the Russia sanctions program, what effects sanctions have had on the economy and politics of Russia, the risks to the United States of over-relying on sanctions, and how Russia sanctions factor into U.S. domestic politics in 2018 and beyond.