Sanctions, Regime Type, and Democratization: Lessons from U.S.–Central American Relations in the 1980s
C. WILLIAM WALLDORF, JR. discusses sanctions and their effectiveness to promote democracy and human rights. He draws from a set of historical cases in Latin America and argues that his ﬁndings have direct policy implications for present day sanctions against countries like Burma and Syria.
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Developments in Beijing
CONTINUING ISSUES IN U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY
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