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The Utility of International Economic Sanctions





ISBN 9781138297807
Published May 9, 2019 by Routledge
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The debate over the imposition of sanctions against South Africa indicated that economic sanctions had become a controversial feature of the international political scene. This book, first published in 1987, is an authoritative review of the problem of economic sanctions. Each chapter looks at a particular international economic sanction in detail; and all address a common set of comparative questions, dealing with the goals which can (and cannot) be achieved by the application of sanctions, the intended and unintended consequences and the factors which contribute to success or failure.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction David Leyton-Brown  Part 1. Economic Sanctions by Multilateral Organisations  2. Economic Sanctions in the League of Nations and the United Nations Kim Richard Nossal  3. United Nations Economic Sanctions Against South Africa and Rhodesia Douglas G. Anglin  Part 2. Economic Sanctions in East-West Conflicts  4. Caging the Dragon: Post-War Economic Sanctions Against the People’s Republic of China Paul M. Evans  5. Economic Sanctions Against Cuba Sergio Roca  6. Post-Afghanistan Sanctions Peggy L. Falkenheim  7. Economic Sanctions in the Polish Crisis Paul Marantz  Part 3. Economic Sanctions in Non-East-West Situations  8. The Arab Boycott of Israel David B. Dewitt  9. The Arab Oil Weapon of 1973-74 Roy Licklider  Part 4. Impact of Economic Sanctions on the Initiator  10. The 1980-81 US Grain Embargo: Consequences for the Participants Robert L. Paarlberg  11. Economic Impact on the United States of the Pipeline Sanctions Bernard M. Wolf  Part 5. Impact of Economic Sanctions on Third Parties  12. Impact of the Arab Boycott of Israel on the United States and Canada Howard Stanislawski  13. Extraterritoriality in United States Trade Sanctions David Leyton-Brown  14. Economic Sanctions and Alliance Consultations: Canada, the United States and the Strains of 1979-82 John Kirton  Part 6. The Utility of Economic Sanctions  15. The Utility of Economic Sanctions as a Policy Instrument Lawrence J. Brady  16. Lessons and Policy Considerations about Economic Sanctions David Leyton-Brown

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