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​Sanction wars

Are economic sanctions against a country a substitute for war? The record is mixed – civilian populations almost always suffer, while elites remain in power and unscathed. Western sanctions create economic outcomes, but not political ones.

CrossTalking with Daniel Wagner, Ernst Wolff and Liam Halligan.

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