I am not a fan of the use of unilateral measures in international diplomacy; including the use of tax haven or other types of blacklists related to compliance with global norms on transparency and information exchange. Although we often think of this kind of state action in the context of armed conflict where there are clear protocols on the circumstances where such interventions may be justified and managed with the United Nations structure.

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FRANHENDY ATTORNEYS is a government and investor relations advisory and transactional legal practice. It is a member of the Post BREXIT Consortium.