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Project Sandstone Report 2: The Sailors of Panama

James Byrne
Other Publications, 21 May 2019
China, Project Sandstone, North Korea
This report examines the actors trying to reflag North Korean ships in efforts to evade international sanctions.

The second in the series published under RUSI’s Project Sandstone, this report uncovers further links between Chinese nationals involved in the Jie Shun incident and North Korea’s illicit networks.

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James Byrne
Research Fellow

James Byrne is a Research Fellow at RUSI’s Proliferation and Nuclear Policy programme. His research interests include North Korea’s... read more

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