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
- For Exempt Organizations, IRS Priority Guidance Plan Feels a Lot Like ... - Bloomberg BNA
- 3 Questions: Jim Walsh on the elusive US-Iran nuclear treaty - MIT News
- Obama's 2014 address to the UNGA - MWC News
- UN Agency Rejects Arab Move To Chide Israel - Jewish Daily Forward
- Lavrov: US must stop acting like global prosecutor, judge and executioner - RT
Foreign Policy Blogs
- North Korean Nuclear Test: What Is the Nature of the Threat?
- Nuclear Weapons Accomplishments in the Chu Years
- Old Thinking, New Realities
- The Four Statesmen Return to the Rostrum: Take Action on Proliferation Risks Now
- Nuke Brain Drain in the Senate