Sanctions are necessary as a key component of
principled engagement with Burma as constructive engagement has
failed to bring reforms.
This special report examines existing sanctions
and their direct and indirect impact on Burma’s people as
well as explores a wide-range of new sanctions - from an import
ban on natural gas and oil, the implementation of international
anti-money laundering policies, recommendations on withholding
assistance from International Financial Institutions to an international
arms embargo, assets freeze, and visa ban under the mandate of
the United Nations Security Council.