Sanctions and U.S. Foreign Policy

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Sanctions are a favorite instrument of U.S. foreign policy, but the Clinton administration seems to be having second thoughts. Recently, at a White House meeting with evangelical leaders, the President told the group that well intentioned sanctions were getting in the way of U.S. interests. His statement . . .

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