Unilateral Agricultural Sanction Law and Legal Definition

A "unilateral agricultural sanction" is defined as any prohibition, restriction, or condition on carrying out an agricultural program with respect to a foreign country or foreign entity that is imposed by the United States for reasons of foreign policy or national security, except in a case in which the United States imposes the measure pursuant to--(A) a multilateral regime and the other member countries of that regime have agreed to impose substantially equivalent measures; or (B) a mandatory decision of the United Nations Security Council.” Del Monte Fresh Produce Co. v. United States, 570 F.3d 316, 319 (D.C. Cir. 2009)