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Economic Sanctions and the Crimea — Be Careful What You Wish For.

 The Crimea crisis has raised the issue of whether or not economic sanctions have become more important in foreign policy and diplomacy given the increased globalization and inter-connectedness of the global  system. More so since the 2008 Georgia crisis and the increased U.S. experience with … Continue reading

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