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Shambaugh (international affairs and government, Georgetown U.) uses the theory of economic statecraft to analyze the sources and limitations of power relations between states and firms. A statistical analysis of 66 sanction episodes since 1949 includes detailed case studies of US sanctions in the energy, computer, and telecommunications industries in the 1980s and current US sanctions against foreign companies doing business in Cuba, Iran, and Libya. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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George E. Shambaugh is Assistant Professor of International Affairs and Government at Georgetown University. He is coeditor, with J. Samuel Barkin, of Anarchy and the Environment: The International Relations of Common Pool Resources, also published by SUNY Press.Review:
"The case studies are very detailed and for that reason are likely to be cited as the authoritative works on the U.S. government's attempts to impose its will on its trading partners in these areas." -- Kim Richard Nossal, McMaster University"State, Firms, and Power addresses an important issue area, and provides interesting and relevant case studies. It is also thoughtful and scholarly, providing both qualitative and quantitative analysis. In this last sense it represents an emerging research style in international relations." -- Jonathan Kirshner, Cornell University
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Book Description State University of New York Pre, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Seller Inventory # mon0001366474
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