Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Routledge security in Asia Pacific series -- 14|
|LC Classifications||DS33.4.U6 T39 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009017723|
Sanctions are a persistent – many would argue increasingly central – component of American efforts to shape foreign policy outcomes in the Asia-Pacific. The use of sanctions in the context of two of the most pressing regional security issues currently on Washington’s radar – the ongoing North Korean nuclear crisis and the management of Cited by: 3. This book provides the first comprehensive treatment of US sanctions policy in the Asia-Pacific. Using the Bill Clinton and George W. Bush presidencies as a basis for comparison, it examines nine prominent episodes involving the US use of sanctions toward countries in this economically and strategically vital part of the world. "Brendan Taylor's American Sanctions in the Asia-Pacific fills an important niche in the growing body of literature on the use of economic sanctions as a foreign policy tool American Sanctions in the Asia-Pacific is a worthy, well researched and thoughtful addition to the literature on that option in the foreign policy tool kit. Sanctions are a persistent – many would argue increasingly central – component of American efforts to shape foreign policy outcomes in the Asia-Pacific. The use of sanctions in the context of two of the most pressing regional security issues currently on Washington’s radar – the ongoing North Korean nuclear crisis and the management of Brand: Taylor And Francis.
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Sanctions were the deciding point for Japan; the country determined to wage war against the U.S. the economic pressure widened the Asia-Pacific war. 2. often at a discount, paid off the books and then moved through smugglers. The Middle East is crisscrossed with the tire tracks of tanker trucks smuggling “gasoil,” a mix of crude oil. More Books by Brendan Taylor See All. The Four Flashpoints. Sanctions as Grand Strategy. American Sanctions in the Asia-Pacific. Australia as an Asia-Pacific Regional Power. Other Books in This Series See All. Syria’s Uprising and the Fracturing of the Levant. Recent investigations targeting companies in various industry sectors ranging from technology to finance, and shipping to insurance, illustrate that economic sanctions are a high risk area for companies in Asia. Our Asia Summit on Sanctions in Singapore is the most practical highly regarded sanctions event in . Making Sanctions Work. These flaws in U.S. sanctions policy have created a tragic irony: While policymakers view sanctions as a low-cost, high-impact means of advancing American goals, they more commonly function as a low-impact tool that comes at a high cost to U.S. foreign policy.