Dine, Richard; Carswell, Robert; Hirschman, Albert O.; Amuzegar, Jahangir; Hallberg, David E.; Wädekin, Karl-Eugen
June 1982
Foreign Affairs;Summer82, Vol. 60 Issue 5, p1181
Academic Journal
Presents letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed in previous issues. "Economic Sanctions and the Iran Experience," which analyzed the difficulties faced by the U.S. in its attempts to use trade controls and embargoes to achieve foreign-policy objectives; "Oil Wealth: A Very Mixed Blessing," which focused on economic challenges of oil-rich countries; "Soviet Agriculture's Dependence on the West," which described the Soviet agricultural policy.


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