Second, economic sanction
and domestic political data are more available and far more accurate for the United States.
Eventually, the Reagan administration levied economic sanctions
against South Africa in September 1985 (with Congress following suit a year later).
When the Senate considered imposing economic sanctions
against Iraq, Dole once again proved the old axiom that all politics is local.
against ASM and six other companies under the Iran Sanctions Act (ISA) of 1996, as amended by the Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability, and Divestment Act (CISADA) of 2010, for their activities in support of Iran's energy sector.
I urge the United States to stop economic sanctions
against us," North Korean U.
At a press conference held after the Cabinet's session chaired by Prime Minister, Adel Safar, Minister of Information Adnan Mahmoud said the session focused on the economic sanctions
imposed by the Arab League on Syria and their effects on the Syrian people.
Ebadi rejected economic sanctions
and labeled them punishment for the people of Iran rather than for the regime.
The foreign ministry added that nations of the world have agreed that economic sanctions
represent a threat to peace and social security and leads to escalation and prolongation of the conflicts.
The United States' and European Union's economic sanctions
against Russia are finding little support in Greece, where the country remains popular, and the loss of trade has hurt the already fragile economy.
European Union governments agreed on Wednesday to extend economic sanctions
on Russia over its actions in Ukraine by six months until Jan.
He underlined the significance of economic growth and the future of the country's economy once economic sanctions
Increasingly, the United States is using economic sanctions
to promote American foreign, political, and economic policy objectives.