Iran/Libya sanctions widen US/EU rift

Martin, Josh
December 1996
Middle East;Dec96, Issue 262, p16
Reports on the effects of trade and economic sanctions imposed by the United States against Iran and Libya on American foreign relations with the European Union. Similar criticisms from Japan, Australia and Canada; Iran-Libya Sanctions Act; Violations of international law; Role of European and Japanese businessmen in the economies of Iran and Libya.


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