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Would you support economic sanctions against a country that violates human rights Why or why not?
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Would you support economic sanctions against a country that violates human rights?
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What does it mean for a country to place economic sanctions on another country?
Asked in History, Politics & Society
What are the policies used by a country to control another country?
Policies used by one country to try and control another are called 'sanctions'. Normally in the form of economic sanctions such as a ban on trade, these usually exclude food and medicine. There can are also be international sanctions imposed by a country or a group of countries against another country in order to elicit a change in their behavior.
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The League of Nations voted sanctions against which country for invading Ethiopia in 1935?
How might a foreign policy decision such as the placement of an economic sanction against another country affect U.S. citizens?
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Which caused international sanctions in south africa?
What does sanction mean?
When the leaders of a country have a problem with another country, rather than going to war, they can enact sanctions against that opposing country. They can outlaw the trading of things like food or health supplies from their own country to that opposing country. These sanctions can have the same effect as war, by killing off people of the enemy country.
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What are the reasons behind economic sanctions?
There are a tremendous number of ways in which one country can express discontent with another, ranging in severity all the way from the release of a subtle, negative remark, up to outright warfare. Economic sanctions fall somewhere near the relative middle of this spectrum. Depending on the nature of the economic sanction (complete cessation of trade, restriction of trade to only aid items, blockades), the target can be surgically chosen. A classic example would, for instance, involve Western sanctions against Iran/Persia. Iran is rich in oil, but the rest of their economy is not as effective. Employing an economic sanction that eliminates outgoing oil sales completely would have very serious and destructive effects on their overall economy, and from there, their political infrastructure (note: I choose Iran for no other reason and it allows me an easy example, in that their trade spectrum is very narrow). Hopefully more humanitarian and less destructive than military action, economic sanctions are a political tool of mid-range potency.
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What are two effects that the US not joining the League of Nations had on the League of Nations?
One of the effects of the USA not joining the league was that it was the most powerful country and that if economic sanctions (trade banning) were made by the league, America could defy this as it wasn't a member, leading to these economic sanctions not working as well so countries would not completely have to listen to the League and the other effect is that the League was not as powerful because there were large countries outside of their
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Why do some countries have sanctions against Iran?
Answer 1 Because when Media want to get something they will manipulate population and change population views about something then politicians which want and need population support will go and check polls and they act according polls and when Economic Sanctions against another country population can buy votes so politician will go for it. The other reasons which are given for sanctioning a population of another country are just not right because Sanctioning peoples wont solve any problem, and never it had done before. Answer 2 Iran has failed to comply with the terms of the IAEA requirement that its nuclear facilities be supervised to make sure that Iran is not creating a nuclear weapon.
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