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Enforcing International Law through Non-forcible Measures (Volume 269)

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Author(s): Fisler Damrosch, Lori
Fisler Damrosch, Lori Keywords: Economic sanctions | Mots clefs: Sanctions économiques | ABSTRACT This course by Lori Fisler Damrosch, Professor of Law at Columbia University, concentrates principally on non-forcible means of enforcement of international law, notably through unilateral and collective economic sanctions or countermeasures, civil actions in national courts, and criminal actions in national and international tribunals. Professor Fisler Damrosch is also interested in the connections between non-…

Les sanctions économiques des Nations Unies (Volume 300)

(23,468 words)

Author(s): Bennouna, Mohamed
Bennouna, Mohamed Keywords: United Nations | Economic sanctions | Mots clefs: Nations Unies | Sanctions économiques | ABSTRACT In the introduction to his course, Mohamed Bennouna, Permanent Representative of Morocco to the United Nations, points out that the economic sanction immediately brings us to face a very delicate question of the relationship between security, freedoms and social rights. The problem is that of the head office: What can one do to bring down the master of the house and starve the whole city …