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Ratcheting Up Economic Pressure on Iran I

January 6, 2012

Jeffrey J. Schott says a new law calling for sanctions on Iran's central bank and new European curbs on oil purchases are raising the stakes in the West's confrontation with Tehran.





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Book: Economic Sanctions Reconsidered, 3rd Edition (paper) June 2009

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May 2008 Revised June 2012


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