Principles of Economic Coercion: From the Sea.

@inproceedings{Tamblyn1996PrinciplesOE,
  title={Principles of Economic Coercion: From the Sea.},
  author={Charles E. Tamblyn},
  year={1996}
}
Abstract : Sanctions are defined as, 'anything which serves to move a person to observe or refrain from a given mode of conduct.' For sanctions to be effective, there must be credible enforcement mechanisms in place. Policy makers often utilize economic coercion, backed by the threat of military force, to elicit compliance. The employment of naval forces, to prevent movement of critical supplies, has been used throughout history to forward political or military objectives in time of war. In… CONTINUE READING