Stopping Iran's Nuclear Ambitions: the Case for Targeted Sanctions

By Maxine Kaye, Ari Fridman

American Jewish Committee (AJC), June 2007

The authors of this report state that despite Iran's destabilizing influence in the international arena, investors from around the world continue to supply vast sums of money that not only prop up the regime, but also serve to embolden it. To address these concerns, they offer the following: a review of some notable measures being used in an attempt to change Iranian behavior; an analysis of Iran's international trade links; a sampling of additional economic and political measures available to the international community to demonstrate its displeasure with Iranian behavior.

Topic: International Relations, Advocacy, Iran

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Genre: Report

Coverage: Iran

Language: English

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Bibliographic Information:
Kaye, Maxine. Fridman, Ari. Stopping Iran's Nuclear Ambitions: the Case for Targeted Sanctions. American Jewish Committee (AJC). June 2007:


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