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July 31, 2007 

Are Economic Sanctions Good Foreign Policy?

The Council on Foreign Relations recently hosted an online debate on sanctions policy between Simon Cox, an economics correspondent for The Economist, and Jake Colvin of USA*Engage. To read the debate, start at the bottom of the site and work your way up.

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