Sanctions: Don't Love Them or Hate Them, Make Them Work

Weiss, Stanley A.; Selden, Zachary
June 1999
UN Chronicle;1999, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p54
Points out the drawbacks of trade sanctions. Attitude of business community and politicians in the United States toward the imposition of sanctions; Distinction between trade sanctions on commodities and financial sanctions; Political ramifications of trade sanctions.


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