Sanctions and Nonproliferation
Great Decisions 2011 | Topic 6
Do sanctions work?
Sanctions have been created to curb nations in violation of international law, especially agreements concerning nuclear nonproliferation. How successfully have sanctions been applied against past violators? Is there any chance sanctions can curtail North Korea and Iran from continuing to develop nuclear weapons?
Sanctions and Proliferation News
- Hard National Security Choices - Lawfare (blog)
- Iran nuclear deal time running out for powers: Official - Press TV
- Beyond the Politics of the US–South Korea 123 Agreement - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
- A New Ambition for Europe: A Memo to the European Union Foreign Policy Chief - Carnegie Europe
- Joint Statement of the 2014 United States - Republic of Korea Foreign and ... - US Department of State (press release)
Foreign Policy Blogs
- Obama’s NDU Speech: Implications for Tehran
- Red Line Blues: North Korea, Iran and Syria
- Iran: Cutting the Gordian Knots
- Obama and Syria: Red Lines Redeemed?
- U.S. Senate Approves Guns to Syria: ‘Designated Terrorists’ Still on OFAC List