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With Russia’s Ruble in Free-Fall, U.S. Plans New Sanctions

As the Russian ruble continues its tumble against the dollar, President Barack Obama plans to sign a bill imposing new sanctions against Moscow, adding more ...

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Sanctions Against Kurdish Groups Complicate Humanitarian Effort

Zaid Brifkani is in St. Louis finishing his kidney transplant fellowship, but this summer the doctor decided he wanted to do something to help Kurdish ...

Daniel W. Drezner

The Hard Limits of Economic Power

If I was trying to design a case where economic statecraft would have a significant effect on world politics, I could do a lot worse ...

Daniel W. Drezner

I’m automating my blog posts about Iran

Your humble blogger is a busy man. There are books to write, referee reports to complete, committee meetings to attend, grant proposals to craft, silver ...

Daniel W. Drezner

Is China becoming a sanctioning state?

The latest issue of The Washington Quarterly is just lousy with China essays -- it's like there's a theme or something.  Andrew Scobell and Andrew ...

Daniel W. Drezner

The policy cul-de-sac of the Iran sanctions

In the Boston Review, Natasha Bahrami and Trita Parsi take a long look at the economic sanctions literature and conclude that the ever-more-stringent sanctions regime ...

Daniel W. Drezner

Will sanctioning Iran ‘work’?

It's been a busy week for Iran-watchers. The European Union is mulling a phased-in oil embargo, prompting Iranian officials to label the move as "an economic ...

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