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cutegirl135 asked:

04 Nov 2009

How are economic sanctions good?? sorry this has nothing to do with beauty NEED IT BY TOMORROW

okay so in geography we are having little debates on how they are good and bad. my opinion is they r useless but esterday i had to be for them and i had no counter points for it and i looked stupid. so can you guys help me find some reasons and i dont want really smart reasons because im only in 7th grade and again sorr this isnt about beauty

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barbipixi says:

Posted on 05 Nov 2009

Inside the Beltway the reigning study of the effectiveness of economic sanctions is by Gary Hufbauer and Jeffrey Schott, who define economic sanctions as "the deliberate government- inspired withdrawal, or threat of withdrawal, of 'customary' trade or financial relations."[2] Such sanctions are used as a "tool to coerce target governments into particular avenues of response."[3] The economic leverage discussed here is used to influence national policies or behavior that is not normally considered economic.[4] Economic leverage may be attempted by imposing export controls, import restrictions, curbs on investment, reductions in foreign aid, or freezes of financial assets. Policymakers impose such sanctions to achieve a change in some noneconomic policy, to inflict punishment in the form of economic hardship, as a "demonstration of resolve"[5] to express disapproval of some action, or to achieve some combination of these objectives.





http://www.cato.org/pubs/pas/pa124.html



truthfully i don't know and i don't really care sorry. i can't really help with this topic : P

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