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f US Sanctions against Iraq is evident in the article "Smart Sanctions: A Short History" by Uri Friedman reviews different political sanctions in the last decade. Friedman reveals that targeted sanctions were used by the Greek Empire to address territorial conflicts. The aim was to pressure the enemy or political foes to change tactics. The author analyzes the evolution of politically motivated sanctions in the ancient Greeks. Also, Friedman explains that there has been a lengthy history of nations blockading their opponents to force a change in behavior. Friedman concluded from the article that sanctions have become a new political tool of the 20th century since they are currently active compared to the 2,400 years ago (Friedman).
A series of conferences enacted by European pacifists were held in order to discuss how to enforce the decisions of the proposed International System of the arbitration. Henri La Fontaine, Belgian International law professor persuaded delegates to approve peaceful sanctions through borrowing the legal terms. As a result, delegates from member countries adopted the resolution as a solution to national conflicts. However, French representatives endorsed a treaty to isolate countries in times of war. The French representatives described the resolutions as a diplomatic expression. In 2011, the US and the United Nations enforced political, economic and territorial sanctions against the Libyan president. The mission for the enforcement was to isolate the Libyan president and the allies. The librarian uprising during the sanction highlights the striving of freezing assets in the 21st in spite of technology and plans. During the sanction, struggles for bank software to recognize the various spellings of the Librarian president were unwind. However, the sanctions could not achieve their objectives because of technical flaws. Between 2011 and 2012, the US imposed targeted sanctions on Syria, North Korea, Iran, and Iraq. However, Friedman argues
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The Courtier states “I wish our courtier be of gentle race and be nobly born; . . . given that noble is perceive as and really is like a bright light that distinguishes and makes plain both wicked and good actions” ( Sayre, The Perfect Courtier, para 4, retrieved from Earenyeka’s essay 2012 ).
ample of a testimony without any interpretation from the poet’s view point, though the selection of this narrative is by itself an interpretation of the existing history, and an act of rewriting history to fore ground the marginalized narratives within the events of holocaust;
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The researcher of the essay thinks that mainly the economic and political climate was affected due to the imposition of sanctions. The main issue is that improvements in the situations have been experienced, but the change has not been significant. Moreover, both United States and the European Union were affected.