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Bibliography on Sanctions

Mahvash Alerassool

Freezing Assets: The USA and the Most Effective Economic Sanction
New York: St. Martins Press, 1993

Amorim Group Report
Informal Open Ended Working Group on an Agenda for Peace - Subgroup on the Question of United Nations Imposed Sanctions (Chaired by Amb. Celso Amorim of Brazil)
United Nations General Assembly
Provisional Text dated 10 July 1996

Sydney D. Bailey
The UN Security Council and Human Rights
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1994

Charles M. Becker and Jan H. Hofmeyr
The Impact of Sanctions on South Africa
Washington: Investor Responsibility Research Center, 1990

G.-L. Burci
The Indirect Effects of United Nations Sanctions on Third States: The Role of the Article 50 of the Charter
African Year Book of International Law, 1994, vol.2, pp.157-171

Barry A. Burciul
United Nations Sanctions: Policy Options for Canada
Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade May, 1998

Barry E. Carter
International Economic Sanctions: improving the haphazard U.S. legal regime
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988

Carter Center of Emory University
Working Paper Series
Final Report of the Meeting on the Viability of International Economic Sanctions
Atlanta: Carter Center, 1996

Center for Economic and Social Rights
UN Sanctioned Suffering in Iraq
New York: CESR, 1996

Paul Conlon
"Sanctions infrastructure and Activities of the United Nations: a critical assessment"
Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict, Task Force on Economic Sanctions
September 20, 1995

David Cortright and George A. Lopez
Economic Sanctions: panacea or peacebuilding in a post-Cold War world?
Boulder: Westview, 1995

David Cortright and George A. Lopez
The Sanctions Decade: Assessing UN Strategies in the 1990s
Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 2000

Lori Fisler Damrosch
Enforcing Restraint: Collective Intervention in Internal Conflicts
New York: Council on Foreign Relations Press, 1993

M.S. Daoudi and M.S. Danjani
Economic Sanctions: Ideals and Experience
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1983

Margaret P. Doxey
International Sanctions in Contemporary Perspective
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1987

United Nations Sanctions: Current Policy Issues
Dalhousie University: Center for Policy Studies, 1999

Kimberly Ann Elliott

Towards a Framework for Multilateral Sanctions
Atlanta: Carter Center, 1996

Alexander George
Forceful Persuasion: Coercive Diplomacy as an Alternative to War
Washington: US Institute for Peace, 1991

Elizabeth D. Gibbons
Sanctions in Haiti: Human Rights and Democracy under Assault
Washington: The CSIS Press, 1999

Eric Hoskins
The Impact of Sanctions: A Study of UNICEF's Perspective
New York: UNICEF Office of Emergency Programmes

Eric Hoskins and Samantha Nutt
The Humanitarian Impacts of Economic Sanctions on Burundi
Providence, RI: Watson Institute Occasional Paper #29, 1997

Gary Hufbauer and Jeffrey Schott
Economic Sanctions Reconsidered
Washington: 1985

Sister Mary Evelyn Jegen
"Towards a Framework for International Sanctions Policy"
18 April 1996

David Leighton-Brown (ed.)
The Utility of International Economic Sanctions
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1987

Michael P. Malloy
Economic Sanctions and U.S. Trade
Boston: Little, Brown, 1990

Robert K. Massie
Losing the Bonds
New York: Doubleday, 1998

Larry Minear, David Cortright, Julia Wagler, George A. Lopez and Thomas G. Weiss
Toward More Humane and Effective Sanctions Management: enhancing the capacity of the United Nations system
Providence, RI: Watson Institute, Occasional Paper #31, 1998

Kim Richard Nossal
Rain Dancing: Sanctions in Canadian and Australian Foreign Policy
Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994

Pax Christi International
Economic Sanctions and International Relations
Brussels: Pax Christi, 1993

Michael Renner
Remaking U.N. Peacekeeping: U.S. Policy and Real Reform
Washington: National Commission for Economic Conversion and Disarmament, 1995

Secretary General of the United Nations
Report on Economic Assistance to States Affected by the Implementation of the Security Council Resolutions Imposing Sanctions Against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
New York: United Nations, 13 September 1996 (A/51/356)

Security Council
Non-Paper on Humanitarian Aspects of Sanctions
S/1995/300 (April 1995)

Juan Somavia
"The Humanitarian Responsibilities of the Security Council"
[The Gilbert Murray Lecture at Oxfam, Oxford UK, June 1996]

Stanley Foundation
Political Symbol or Policy Tool: Making Sanctions Work
Muscatine, Iowa: The Stanley Foundation, 1993

John Stremlau
Sharpening International Sanctions: Towards a Stronger Role for the United Nations
Washington, DC: Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict, 1996

Koenraad Van Brabant
Can Sanctions be Smarter?: The Current Debate: Report of a Conference Held in London, 16-17 December 1998
London: The Humanitarian Policy Group and the Relief and Rehabilitation Network at the Overseas Development Institute, May 1999

Koenraad Van Brabant (ed.)
Sanctions: The Current Debate: A Summary of Selected Readings
London: The Humanitarian Policy Group and the Relief and Rehabilitation Network at the Overseas Development Institute, March 1999

Claudia von Braunmühl and Manfred Kulessa
The Impact of UN Sanctions on Humanitarian Assistance Activities
A Report on a Study Commissioned by the United Nations Department of Humanitarian Affairs
Berlin: Gesellschaft für Communication Management Interkultur Training, December 1995

Thomas G. Weiss, David Cortright, George A. Lopez and Larry Minear
Political Gain and Civilian Pain: humanitarian impacts of economic sanctions
Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 1997



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