EU Fails Human Rights Victims
Reporters without Borders
The European Union#s decision today to lift the arms embargo against Uzbekistan despite its atrocious human rights record is an unconscionable abdication of responsibility toward Uzbek victims of abus...
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Growing International Movement Seeks to Place Arms Embargo on Saudi Arabia
A lawsuit filed in Canada in March 2016 is seeking to halt a major $15 billion sale of light-armoured vehicles to the government of Saudi Arabia, part of a growing international movement to stop arms ...
"Listen, Yankee!": Tom Hayden Captures Absurdity of Cuban Embargo
The US embargo of Cuba, like a bad hangover from the Cold War, has lingered on for far too long. After decades of bingeing on the country's particularly potent brand of anticommunism, the nation's rul...
UN General Assembly in One Voice (Almost) Rejects U.S. Cuban Blockade
The United Nations General Assembly on October 27, 2015 voted on a Cuban resolution calling for "an end to the economic, commercial, and financial blockade imposed by the United States of America agai...
The U.S. Embargo against Venezuela
The State Department's Mock Indignation Gives a Bad Name to U.S. Diplomacy
Council on Hemispheric Affairs
A discussion of the 2006 U.S. arms embargo against Venezuela.
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