Daniel Franchini


Daniel Franchini is a DPhil Candidate and Academic Tutor in Public International Law at Lincoln College, University of Oxford. His research focuses on the interaction between the law of jurisdiction, state immunity, and state responsibility. He holds a joint BA/MA in Law (summa cum laude) from the University of Trento (Italy), and an MJur and MPhil from the University of Oxford.

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‘With Friends Like That, Who Needs Enemies?’: Extraterritorial Sanctions Following the United States’ Withdrawal from the Iran Nuclear Agreement

On Monday 21 May 2018, the US Secretary of State announced that, as a result of its withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (‘JCPOA’ or ‘Iran Nuclear Deal’), the United States is set to impose the ‘strongest sanctions in history’ against Iran. While the remaining states parties are committed to preserve the Iran Nuclear…

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