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The International Struggle Over IraqPolitics in the UN Security Council 1980-2005$
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David M. Malone

Print publication date: 2006

Print ISBN-13: 9780199278572

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2006

DOI: 10.1093/0199278571.001.0001

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Sanctions Enforcer: Economic Sanctions and the Oil‐for‐Food Program

Sanctions Enforcer: Economic Sanctions and the Oil‐for‐Food Program

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(p.114) 5 Sanctions Enforcer: Economic Sanctions and the Oil‐for‐Food Program
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The International Struggle Over Iraq
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David M. Malone (Contributor Webpage)

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DOI:10.1093/0199278571.003.0005

This chapter examines the inspections-plus-sanctions approach to Iraqi disarmament, which characterized the enforcement aspects of this third phase of UN involvement in Iraq. The sanctions regime against Iraq stands as a paradigm of both the virtues and vices of the sanctions approach. It was the Iraq sanctions regime that demonstrated the utility and the challenges of Security Council subsidiary bodies operating as delegated regulators, through a supervisory committee established to monitor implementation of the sanctions. Although Haiti and other cases provided lessons, it was also the Iraq sanctions regime that demonstrated most clearly how a cunning target government could turn sanctions to its own ends, and how terrible the resulting cost to civilians might be.

Keywords:   inspections, economic sanctions, UN Security Council, corruption, legitimacy, humanitarian relief

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