Toward Ethical Economic Sanctions

Lopez, George A.
November 2000
America;11/25/2000, Vol. 183 Issue 17, p18
Discusses the positive effects of ethical economic sanctions by the United Nations. Information on the economic sanctions on Iraq; Background of the use of economic sanctions; Reformation of economic sanctions.


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