PALESTINIANS SUFFER AS ISRAEL CLOSES DOORS TO ECONOMY
- World Trade Organization. // International Law Update;Jan2000, Vol. 6, p14
Reports on a World Trade Organization (WTO) Panel's ruling that the United States' application of the 1974 US Trade Act in its dispute with the European Community may lead to WTO violations in theory, though in practice the US can impose trade sanctions that do not conform to WTO rules.
- U.S. Treasury amends Angola sanctions. // International Law Update;Sep99, Vol. 5, p124
Reports on the United States Department of the Treasury's amendment of its economic sanctions against Angola.
- Calling for an end to Iraq sanctions. // Christian Century;03/01/2000, Vol. 117 Issue 7, p230
Reports that House Democratic Whip David E. Bonior asked United States President Bill Clinton to call for an end to United Nations (UN)-imposed economic sanctions on Iraq. Other members of Congress demanding an end to the sanctions imposed in 1990 after Iraq invaded Kuwait; Effect of the...
- ARGENTINE ECONOMICS BAR PRESSURE POLITICS. Pattee, Richard // America;11/11/1944, Vol. 72 Issue 6, p104
The article analyzes the economic policy of the United States towards Argentina. According to the author, the U.S. is committing a mistake by looking upon Argentina in the same light as Nicaragua, the Dominican Republic and even Mexico. The author argues that suggestions of economic sanctions...
- THE ARAB BOYCOTT OF ISRAEL. Turck, Nancy // Foreign Affairs;Jan1977, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p472
This article details the economic and trade boycott by the Arab League against Israel. The boycott by the Arab League has raised controversy and concern among companies, businessmen and politicians in the U.S. The growing economic clout of the Arab countries has made this boycott important for...
- Helms bill on Cuba sparks Canada's ire over `bully' tactics. Clayton, Mark // Christian Science Monitor;5/25/95, Vol. 87 Issue 126, p7
Reports that Canada pulled out all the restraints to help defeat US legislation that aims to penalize nations that allow their companies to do business with Cuba. Details.
- China opposes U.S. on new economic sanctions against Iran. // East-Asia-Intel Reports;1/13/2010, p1
The article announces that China has opposed harsh economic sanctions of the U.S. against Iran. It states that the U.S. has planned to impose sanctions to Iran for its refusal to support by international controls on its uranium enrichment program. According to Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Jiang...
- Posturing in the Middle East? Friedman, Norman // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Apr2007, Vol. 133 Issue 4, p90
The article presents the author's views on what the U.S. should do to handle situation in the Middle East. The author says that the U.S. view is that if war is to be averted, Iran must be pressured sufficiently by economic sanctions to change course. He informs that the main issue is deterrence,...
- Georgian - Turkish Relations since the Breakdown of Soviet Union. MODEBADZE, Valeri; SAYIN, Fatih Mehmet; YILMAZ, Reha // Ã‡ankÄ±rÄ± Karatekin University Journal of the Faculty of Econom;Spring2014, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p359
This article analyzes Georgian - Turkish relations since the collapse of the Soviet Union. Georgia managed to establish relations with Turkey only after gaining independence. Nowadays Georgia has very close relations with its Southern neighbor. Due to its strategic location, Georgia occupies a...