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Sanctions passed by the US only apply to US residents, or companies doing business in or with the US. So if a North Korean buys Iranian oil, that North Korean can no longer deal with the US. And people who deal with this North Korean can no longer deal with the US, either. And people who deal with people who deal with this North Korean can no longer deal ...


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This is a somewhat misconceived question. The legality of "targeted killing" under international law has been debated for quite a while now; I'm not going to go over those arguments here, but I'll say that being a "foreign official" doesn't give someone some kind of additional immunity in international law in this regard. (I won't address US law [or ...


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