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economic sanctions

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  • REPORTER: Yes, Madame Secretary, on Iran, would you agree that the United States just couldn't get the kind of tough sanctions resolution at the Security Council that you had hoped for and that without international agreement on the need for economic sanctions against Tehran, your carrot-and-stick gambit with Iran is effectively over?

    Transcript - The Hon Stephen Smith MP, Minister for Foreign Affairs

  • To the contrary, which is why we've never engaged in trade or economic sanctions and we continue to worry very much about the fact that Fiji's economic and social circumstances continue to decline.

    Press conference

  • Among its provisions, this “cease-fire resolution” created UNSCOM, the UN Special Commission, to be used to discover and destroy Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction; modified the economic sanctions imposed on Iraq by Resolution 661; and created a boundary commission to demarcate the Iraq-Kuwait border, Saddam’s trumped-up casus belli.

    Surrender is not an Option

  • De Laboulaye said that France was looking at the specifics of possible economic sanctions the Security Council might adopt, an important and revealing comment, which, along with other comments, indicated that France fully understood the EU-3 deal was in serious jeopardy.

    Surrender is not an Option

  • And yet President Wayne Burr has called for a range of economic sanctions to be imposed upon the entire Subterrain.

    Deeper

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