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Author: Neta C. Crawford,Audie Klotz
ISBN: 0312218540
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Pages 292 pages
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan (April 1, 1999)
Language English
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eBook How Sanctions Work: Lessons from South Africa (International Political Economy Series) download

by Neta C. Crawford,Audie Klotz


Eleven respected scholars from South Africa, Canada and the . Series: International Political Economy Series.

Eleven respected scholars from South Africa, Canada and the . weigh the evidence regarding the sanctions which were imposed on apartheid South Africa for decades. Although anti-apartheid activists thought sanctions would help topple the regime.

Lessons from South Africa. This book responds to two ongoing and interrelated debates about sanctions against South Africa. The broader debate is over the efcacy of sanctions as a tool of inuence.

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How Sanctions Work surveys theories of international sanctions and offers detailed analyses of the effect of sanctions on apartheid . How Sanctions Work: A Framework for Analysis. How Arms Embargoes Work.

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Neta C. Crawford, Audie Klotz. How Sanctions Work surveys theories of international sanctions and offers detailed analyses of the effect of sanctions on apartheid South Africa. Chapters by respected international experts cover cultural isolation, oil and military embargoes, trade boycotts, financial sanctions and divestment, consequences for black South Africans, and regional effects. The book shows how sanctions both directly and indirectly hurt the apartheid regime while in some cases offering succour to the anti-apartheid movement. Eleven respected scholars from South Africa, Canada and the . Although anti-apartheid activists thought sanctions would help topple the regime, most government officials, journalists, and scholars following conventional wisdom argued that they were at best ineffective because embargoes are never airtight.

How Sanctions Work: South Africa in Comparative Perspective (Macmillan International Political Economy). Neta Crawford, Audie Klotz. Categories: Mathematics\Applied Mathematicsematics.

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How Sanctions Work: Lessons from South Africa, ed. with Neta C. Crawford Macmillan/St. Martin's, 1999 (hardcover and paperback). International Political Economy series. Norms in International Relations: The Struggle against Apartheid Cornell University Press, 1995 (paperback 1999). Political Economy series. Crawford is a professor of Political Science and currently chairs . Crawford is a professor of Political Science and currently chairs the department of political science. Her teaching focuses on international relations theory, international ethics, and normative change. Crawford received the Distinguished Scholar award from the International Ethics section of the International Studies Association in 2018.

Scholars from South Africa, Canada, and the US weigh the evidence on the effectiveness of economic sanctions, looking at the case of South Africa and sanctions against apartheid. They review and assess theoretical arguments about sanctions, and detail the impact of diplomatic and cultural isolation, nuclear and military embargoes, financial sanctions, and trade boycotts. They show how social, economic, and strategic isolation, both directly and indirectly, hurt the apartheid regime, and draws lessons for the use of similar measures against other regimes. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)