The Economic Weapon: The Rise Of Sanctions As A Tool Of Modern War
ISBN: 0300259360
EAN13: 9780300259360
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 11, 2022
Pages: 416
Format: Hardcover
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   Extremely timely, insightful and illuminating
This is a densely informative and illuminating commentary on the application of economic sanctions, their effectiveness as social, economic, financial and military tools to influence change in the actions of aggressor states who seek to invade or make war against another state or state.
 
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   Book Came Damaged, but the book is interesting
The book is very interesting and the book is very interesting. The content might be dense for some people, but I like it. Unfortunately, the out sleeve came with a few tears. I hope they send me a new sleave.
 
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   Not exactly what I was hoping for
This book was somewhat disappointing for this book. I expected more contemporary and relevant discussions on the state of sanctions and their effecacy and lack there over the last 50 years. But instead I received a very long and in a large part irrelvant history of Sanctions, primarily from the Western colonial and European perspective from early 19th century to mid 20th century. The last couple of chapter relating to WWII and conclusion were a more interesting and relevant historically and politically. It provided another point of view in WWII and Hitler's challenges and calculus, and provided another point of view in the calculus and WWII. Overall, I do not recommend.
 
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   Outstanding analysis of the usage and effects of sanctions; both intended and unintended
The Economic Weapon is a profound account of the history of the sanctions and their excellent influence on international politics. Although once regarded as a force for peace, Mulder shows that they often fail and sometimes make war more likely or even produce a humanitarian nightmare. John Mearsheimer, author of The Great Delusion, International Dreams and Liberal Realities.
 
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