14 March 1998 Whatever anyone might think about the value and efficiency of international sanctions, the fact is that they are a measure rarely resorted to — only in extreme circumstances, where diplomatic skills are no longer of any use. The government of a country deserving such treatment needs to have behaved with extreme force […]

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