War Reporting and the Stories That Can’t Be Told

The legal bases for international sanctions are often dubious, as such moves can be politically motivated. Governments must work for ordinary people’s welfare, lives and hopes. Just as a government can sanction a food producer who falsified manufacturing dates or lists of ingredients, a group of (mostly) economically developed and politically powerful nations can sanction another country’s economic activities and/or investment for “threatening international security.” These sanctions are for protecting...

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