Are Sanctions Meant to Work? The Politics of Creating and Implementing Sanctions Through the United Nations

@article{Chesterman2003AreSM,
  title={Are Sanctions Meant to Work? The Politics of Creating and Implementing Sanctions Through the United Nations},
  author={S. Chesterman and B{\'e}atrice Pouligny},
  journal={Rhetoric \& Public Discourse eJournal},
  year={2003}
}
Do sanctions work? The jury remains out on this question, but two preliminary issues bear further examination also. What are sanctions intended to achieve? And do states actually want sanctions to work? These essentially political questions depend on two discrete dynamics that are the subject of this article, which focuses on sanctions imposed by the UN Security Council. The first is the political context of the Council and how the intentions of key actors are channelled into sanctions regimes… Expand
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  • S. Johnson
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • Royal Society Open Science
  • 2015
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