Sanctions and the Search for Security: Challenges to UN Action

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Cortright and Lopez (both of the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, U. of Notre Dame) follow up on their earlier work The Sanctions Decade by examining some of the UN changes in sanctions design since 1999 and suggesting that still further changes need to be carried out. Noting that it has now become evident that the full-scale strangulation of a national economy fails to produce political compliance. Recent sanctions against the Taliban in Afghanistan and the Taylor government in Liberia are seen as a laudable refinement, but a move from seeing sanctions a solely a punishment towards seeing them as also a form of persuasion is recommended. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Cortright and Lopez (both of the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, U. of Notre Dame) follow up on their earlier work by examining some of the UN changes in sanctions design since 1999 and suggesting that still further changes need to be carried out. Noting that it has now become evident that the full-scale strangulation of a national economy fails to produce political compliance. Recent sanctions against the Taliban in Afghanistan and the Taylor government in Liberia are seen as a laudable refinement, but a move from seeing sanctions a solely a punishment towards seeing them as also a form of persuasion is recommended. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Table of Contents

Foreword
Foreword
Acknowledgments
1 Themes and Trends of the Sanctions Era 1
2 The Iraq Quagmire 21
3 Smart Sanctions, Limited Impacts: UN Policy in Afghanistan 47
4 Success in the Making? The Evolution of UN Sanctions in Angola 61
5 Sanctions and Regional Security: The Crisis in West Africa 77
6 Following the Money Trail: Targeted Financial Sanctions 93
7 Carrots and Sticks for Controlling Terrorism 115
8 Beyond Symbolism: Travel and Aviation Sanctions 133
9 Sanctions Sans Commitment: Arms Embargoes 153
10 The Viability of Commodity Sanctions: The Case of Diamonds 181
11 Reform or Retreat? The Future of UN Sanctions Policy 201
List of Acronyms 225
Bibliography 227
Index 239
About the Book 249
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