On April 3, 2014, President Obama signed Executive Order 13664 ("EO 13664") related to the situation in South Sudan and targeting those responsible for the conflict in that country. EO 13664 allows the United States to impose sanctions against any individual or entity that threatens the peace, stability or security of South Sudan; commits human rights abuses against persons in South Sudan; expands or extends the conflict in South Sudan or obstructs reconciliation or peace talks or processes; or undermines democratic processes or institutions in South Sudan.
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