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Multilateral Asset Transfer: A Proposal for Ensuring Reparations for Ukraine

The New Lines Institute and the Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Center hosted a report launch and discussion of the institute’s report “Multilateral Asset Transfer: A Proposal for Ensuring Reparations for Ukraine.” The event convened top experts to illuminate the legal power that nation-states can exercise through their own domestic law to transfer $350 billion of frozen Russian assets toward reconstruction in Ukraine.

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