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The sanctions decade : assessing UN strategies in the 1990s

Author: David Cortright; George A Lopez
Publisher: Boulder, Colo. : Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2000.
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"This book, based on more than two hundred interviews with officials from the UN and sanctioned countries, and other involved actors, provides the first comprehensive assessment of the effectiveness of UN sanctions during the 1990s." "The authors develop a set of criteria for judging the full impact of sanctions and then provide detailed studies of specific cases. They conclude with far-reaching recommendations for  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Cas, Études de
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Cortright; George A Lopez
ISBN: 1555878911 9781555878917 1555878679 9781555878672
OCLC Number: 43115210
Description: xiv, 274 pages : maps ; 24 cm
Contents: The character of the sanctions decade --
How to think about the success and impact of sanctions --
Sanctions against Iraq --
Sanctioning Yugoslavia --
Helping Haiti? / coauthored by Jaleh Dashiti-Gibson --
Taming terrorism: Sanctions against Libya, Sudan, and Afghanistan / coauthored by Jaleh Dashti-Gibson and Richard W. Conroy --
Cambodia: Isolating the Khmer Rouge --
Angola's agony / coauthored by Richard W. Conroy --
Sierra Leone: The failure of regional and international sanctions / coauthored by Richard W. Conroy --
Flawed UN arms embargoes in Somalia, Liberia, and Rwanda / coauthored by Richard W. Conroy --
Case findings --
Recommendations for a new sanctions policy.
Responsibility: David Cortright, George A. Lopez, with Richard W. Conroy, Jaleh Dashti-Gibson & Julia Wagler.

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Since the end of the Cold War, economic sanctions have been a frequent instrument of UN authority. Based on more than 200 interviews with officials from both sides, this book aims to provide a  Read more...

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