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Why More Sanctions Won’t Help Venezuela
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The International Studies Encyclopedia is designed to serve as the fundamental resource for information on international studies. Western powers often turn to international sanctions in order to exert pressure on incumbent governments and signal their support for the opposition. Yet whether, and through what mechanisms, sanctions trigger protest remains unclear.
We argue that sanction threats work as an international stamp of approval for would-be protesters; they encourage collective action against governments.
International Sanctions in Contemporary Perspective
Moreover, sanction threats send particularly clear and coherent signals if multiple senders issue them and if they focus on human rights, which makes such sanctions threats more effective in sparking social unrest. Using count models of protest activity, we find strong support for our arguments.
- International Sanctions in Contemporary Perspective | Margaret P. Doxey | Palgrave Macmillan.
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We corroborate our findings with qualitative evidence from the case of Zimbabwe. The International Studies Association Representing countries, ISA has over 6, members worldwide and is the most respected and widely known scholarly association in this field. Endeavoring to create communities of scholars dedicated to international studies, ISA is divided into 7 geographic subdivisions of ISA Regions , 29 thematic groups Sections and 4 Caucuses which provide opportunities to exchange ideas and research with local colleagues and within specific subject areas.