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Author Nossal, Kim Richard.

Title Rain dancing : sanctions in Canadian and Australian foreign policy / Kim Richard Nossal
Published Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, [1994]
©1994

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Description xviii, 323 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: 1 The 'Generic' Theory of Sanctions Reconsidered: -- A Non-Great Power Perspective 3 -- Part One -- Canadian Cases -- 2 Avoiding Sanctions: Policies towards Indonesia, 1972-91 33 -- 3 Coalition Politics and the 'Punishment' of Vietnam 55 -- 4 Necessary and Sufficient Conditions: Ending the Indochina -- Sanctions 74 -- 5 The Impact of the Individual: Explaining Mulroney's -- South African Sanctions, 1985-6 91 -- 6 Federalism and International Sanctions: Ontario and -- South Africa 111 -- Part Two -- Canadian/Australian Comparisons -- 7 The Symbolic Purposes of Sanctions: The Invasion of -- Afghanistan 129 -- 8 The Tiananmen Massacre: The Impact of Domestic Politics 155 -- 9 'Give Them a Chance': Sanctions in the Gulf Conflict, -- 1990-1 188 -- Part Three -- Policy Implications -- 10 The Termination Trap in International Sanctions: Lessons -- from the Soviet Union and China 219 -- 11 The Impact of Rhetoric: Running Out of Steam on South -- Africa? 243 -- 12 Conclusion: Sanctions as Rain Dancing 252
Analysis Australia overseas comparisons
Canada
Case studies
Economic sanctions
Federal issue
Middle powers
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 269-310) and index
Subject Economic sanctions, Australian
Economic sanctions, Canadian.
Sanctions (International law)
Australia -- Foreign relations -- 1945-
Canada -- Foreign relations -- 1945-
LC no. 94233682
ISBN 0802004725
0802075711