Iran continues to defy international attempts to restrain its nuclear program. What should be done? The United States and the United Nations Security Council are proposing additional sanctions.
Posts in the January 2010 issue of Peace Policy:
George A. Lopez explains why the proposed sanctions won’t work and what the alternatives are for bringing about change. (This post includes a video interview.) Read »
Linda Gerber-Stellingwerf offers a short history of (failed) sanctions against Iran. Read »
And Peter Wallensteen provides insights on Iran’s reform movement, the role of sanctions, and the effectiveness of creative non-violence. Read »
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