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Can sanctions be a beneficial foreign policy tool?

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Do sanctions have a desirable effect?

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Yes

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No

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  • Nicholas Kristof of the New York Times wrote in 2003 - "The United States imposed 85 new unilateral economic sanctions on foreign nations from 1996 to 2001. But sanctions, which cost U.S. companies up to $19 billion in 1995 alone, aren’t a policy; they’re a feel-good substitute for one."
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