SOURCE: Public Seminar
Members of the organization Historians for Peace and Democracy present a course dedicated to understanding the origins, ethics, and implications of using economic sanctions as an instrument of foreign policy.
SOURCE: Boston Review
by Aslı U. Bâli, Aziz Rana
In a world imperiled by global pandemic, it is long past time to put an end to sanctions—including new ones against Iran—and to reconstruct U.S. foreign policy around international solidarity.
SOURCE: IPS-Inter Press Service
by Christine Ahn and Suzy Kim
"Instead of relying on the failed Washington policy of 'strategic patience' it is time for a bold move that will truly bring North Korea into the community of nations, leaving no excuse to delay addressing human rights – sign a peace treaty to end the state of war."
by Jonathan Zimmerman
We're cynical about sanctions today, but we forget that they helped end apartheid.
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