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Will Sanctions Against Iran Work This Time?

January 6, 2010

Jeffrey J. Schott says carefully targeted sanctions could impede Iran's nuclear program and energy infrastructure, but they are unlikely to change Iranian leaders' political agenda.





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Book: Economic Sanctions Reconsidered: 3rd Edition (paper + CD-ROM) June 2009

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