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In November, 1997, Project Ploughshares--one of Canada's largest
independent think tanks on peace and conflict issues--convened a
forum in Toronto with the title: "Assessing Economic Sanctions."  It
was structured around case studies from South Africa, Iraq, and
Cuba. A hard copy report on the forum was later published in their
series of working papers.  Contents include:

Introduction, by Ernie Regehr

Globalization: The Linkage between Human Rights and International 
Trade, by Edward Broadbent

The Paradox of International Sanctions, by Kim Richard Nossal

Assessing Iraq Sanctions, by Richard McCutcheon

South Africa and International Sanctions, by Renate Pratt

Appendix:  Reports of Case Studies Groups - Iraq, South Africa, Cuba

The report is now posted on-line.  Go to the resources section of
their home page at and look for
Assessing Economic Sanctions:  Ploughshares Working Paper 98-1.  I
noticed when I took a quick look that although the endnotes to papers
are intact, the web version lost the note numbers in the text.  You
can likely figure out where the references should go.

Hope it can be of some use to others.

Best regards,

Richard McCutcheon
Assistant Professor

Conflict Resolution Studies
International Development Studies
Menno Simons College/University of Winnipeg
380 Spence Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Canada R3B 2E9

(T) 204-786-9081
(F) 204-783-3699
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