Case Study Of International Economics

The Institute's work on economic sanctions was developed in the 1980s and has constantly been updated and revised since then by the intact team of Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Jeffrey J. Schott, Kimberly Ann Elliott, and Barbara Oegg. The team's latest analysis and recommendations and more than 200 case studies have been published as a CD-ROM in the third edition of Economic Sanctions Reconsidered.

Timelines

Post-2000 Sanctions Episodes [PDF]
Summary of economic sanctions episodes, 1914–2006

Case Studies

Afghanistan
Case 99-1
US and UN v. Afghanistan (Taliban)
(1999–2002: extradition of Osama Bin Laden)

Arab League
Case 76-3 (formerly 65-4) 
US v. Arab League (1979– : Antiboycott Measures)

Burma (Myanmar)
Case 88-1
US, EU, Japan v. Burma (Myanmar) (1988– : Human rights, democracy, narcotics)

China
Case 89-2
US v. China (1989– : Tiananmen Square Massacre, Human Rights)

Cuba
Case 60-3 [PDF]
US v. Cuba (1960– : Castro)

India
Case 98-1
US v. India (1998– : Nuclear Weapons Proliferation)

Iran
Case 79-1 [PDF] and Cases 84-1 and 2006-1 [PDF]
US v. Iran (1979–81: Hostages) 
US v. Iran (1984–2005: Terrorism, Proliferation) 
UN, US [EU] v. Iran (2006– : Proliferation)

Iraq
Case 80-2 and Case 90-1
US v. Iraq (1980–2003: Terrorism; Chemical and Nuclear Weapons) 
US and UN v. Iraq (1990– : Invasion of Kuwait, Impairment of military capability, destabilization)

Libya
Cases 78-8 and 92-12 and Case 2011-1 [PDF]
US v. Libya (1978–2004: Gadhafi, Terrorism) and
UN v. Libya (1992–99: Pan Am 103)
Australia, Canada, EU, Japan, NATO, UN, US v. Libya (2011– : Gadhafi, human rights)

North Korea
Cases 50-1 and 93-1 (updated) US and UN v. North Korea (1950– : Korean War)
US and UN v. North Korea (1993– : nuclear proliferation)

Pakistan
Case 79-2 and Case 99-3
US v. Pakistan (1979– : Nuclear Missile Proliferation) 
US, Japan v. Pakistan (1999–2001: Coup, restore democracy)

South Africa
Cases 62-2 and 85-1
UN v. South Africa (1962–1994: Apartheid; Namibia)
US, Commonwealth v. South Africa (1985–91: Apartheid)

Sudan
Case 89-3 [PDF]
US v. Sudan (1989– : Human Rights; Civil War; Democracy)

Syria
Case 86-1 and Case 2011-2 [PDF]
US v. Syria (1986– : Terrorism)
EU, US v. Syrian Arab Republic (2011– : human rights, democracy)

International Affairs (Royal Institute of International Affairs 1944-)

Description:International Affairs is Britain's leading journal of international relations. Founded by and edited at the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London, it has not only developed a much valued insight into European policy debates but has also become renowned for its coverage of global policy issues. It provides a stimulating and international mix of authors and draws on the best of both English-language and foreign-language debates. Articles, all fully refereed, are commissioned from a wide range of authoritative and interesting writers who have something new and original to say about topics that matter. In addition, International Affairs has an extensive book reviews section, containing up to 100 reviews each quarter, written by experts in the field.

JSTOR provides a digital archive of the print version of International Affairs. The electronic version of International Affairs is available at http://www.interscience.wiley.com. Authorized users may be able to access the full text articles at this site.

Coverage: 1944-2012 (Vol. 20, No. 1 - Vol. 88, No. 6)

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ISSN: 00205850

EISSN: 14682346

Subjects: Political Science, Social Sciences, International Relations

Collections: Arts & Sciences II Collection, JSTOR Essential Collection

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