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Pressure Begins on Iran (The Art of Sanctions – Part 7)

Pressure Begins on Iran

The Art of Sanctions – Pressure Begins on Iran: In 2007, the united states sought to increase the pressure on Iran dramatically by convincing the rest of the world that the Iranian nuclear program was accelerating in direct violation of Iran’s international obligations and in a manner that was likely …

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On Sanctions Imposition and Pain (The Art of Sanctions – Part 6)

On Sanctions Imposition and Pain

The Art of Sanctions – On Sanctions Imposition and Pain: let’s take a step back now and think about how sanctions imposition and the application of pain work on a strategic level. Mauood’s Introduction: The author of the present book (The Art of Sanctions) is Richard Nephew. Richard Nephew was …

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Taking on Iran (The Art of Sanctions – Part 5)

Taking on Iran (The Art of Sanctions - Part 5)

The Art of Sanctions – Taking on Iran: AMERICAN OFFICIALS LEARNED MUCH from the experience with Iraq. Some of this learning shaped the response to concerns with Iran’s nuclear program, which existed throughout the 1990s but exploded into the public consciousness in August 2002 with revelations that Iran had been …

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Iraq (The Art of Sanctions – Part 4)

Iraq (The Art of Sanctions - Part 4)

The Art of Sanctions – Iraq: the international community imposed sanctions regimes against Iraq in the 1990s and against Iran in the 2000s that could not be more different in structure, legal basis, and direct consequences. In fact, while the sanctions against Iran have been praised as being exceptionally targeted …

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Defining Terms (The Art of Sanctions – Part 3)

The Art of Sanctions - Defining Terms (Part 3)

The Art of Sanctions – Defining Terms: Certainly, it is easier to defend the negative impacts on the sanctioned jurisdiction by arguing, with some plausibility, that these effects are not solely to do with sanctions or—even better—that only the desired negative effects stem from sanctions. Such a framework allows a …

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Author’s Introduction (The Art of Sanctions – Part 2)

Author's Introduction

The Art of Sanctions – Author’s Introduction: Examining the strategy of sanctions—how they work in changing a sanctioned state’s actions—is critical now because, like it or not, sanctions have become a favorite instrument of U.S. foreign policy and have the potential of becoming a favorite of other major global powers… …

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Preface (The Art of Sanctions – Part 1)

The Art of Sanctions - Part 1 - Preface

The Art of Sanctions – Preface: This book seeks to fill that niche, largely by focusing on the Iran case of recent memory… Mauood’s Introduction: The author of the present book (The Art of Sanctions) is Richard Nephew. Richard Nephew was in charge of the sanctions team against Iran during …

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The Art of Sanctions – Mouood’s Introduction

The Art of Sanctions

Mauood’s Introduction: The author of the present book (The Art of Sanctions) is Richard Nephew. Richard Nephew was in charge of the sanctions team against Iran during Obama’s second term. He supported the nuclear negotiators in the matter of sanctions in Vienna. Richard Nephew has previously served for ten years …

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A Scientist’s Warning

A Scientist’s Warning: How Terror, Error, and Environmental Disaster Threaten Humankind’s Future in This Century— On Earth and Beyond

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