March 20, 2014

Why Sanctions Don't Really Work

Andrew Cockburn, Los Angeles Times

The Associated Press

Sanctions did not bring Iran to the table. Not only Iranian officials but other undeniably objective observers concur that the reason negotiations have commenced is emphatically not because Iran could endure the pain no longer.

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