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    Economic Sanctions and Carpet Bombing Are Similarly Ruinous

    For American policymakers, economic sanctions are too often the soft choice between doing nothing and taking effective but risky or expensive action. Yet, before they inflict years, perhaps decades of impoverishment and worse on entire populations, they should ask if their efforts are likely to succeed and are worth punishing an entire people.

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    Apr 15, 2019

    The Hill

    James Dobbins