Theater Missile Defense: Issues for Congress

Theater Missile Defense: Issues for Congress

Date: May 22, 2001
Creator: Shuey, Robert
Description: None
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Theater Missile Defense: Issues for Congress

Theater Missile Defense: Issues for Congress

Date: July 30, 2001
Creator: Shuey, Robert
Description: None
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Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Weapons and Missiles: The Current Situation and Trends

Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Weapons and Missiles: The Current Situation and Trends

Date: August 10, 2001
Creator: Shuey, Robert
Description: None
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Chinese Missile and Nuclear Proliferation: Issues for Congress

Chinese Missile and Nuclear Proliferation: Issues for Congress

Date: November 16, 1995
Creator: Shuey, Robert & Kan, Shirley A
Description: None
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Chinese Missile and Nuclear Proliferation: Issues for Congress

Chinese Missile and Nuclear Proliferation: Issues for Congress

Date: February 2, 1995
Creator: Shuey, Robert & Kan, Shirley A
Description: None
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National Missile Defense: Status of the Debate

National Missile Defense: Status of the Debate

Date: May 29, 1998
Creator: Daggett, Stephen & Shuey, Robert
Description: None
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Chinese Missile and Nuclear Proliferation: Issues for Congress

Chinese Missile and Nuclear Proliferation: Issues for Congress

Date: July 6, 1995
Creator: Shuey, Robert & Kan, Shirley A
Description: None
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Economic Sanctions to Achieve U.S. Foreign Policy Goals: Discussion and Guide to Current Law

Economic Sanctions to Achieve U.S. Foreign Policy Goals: Discussion and Guide to Current Law

Date: November 1, 1999
Creator: Rennack, Dianne E & Shuey, Robert
Description: This report provides background on foreign policy sanctions. It addresses the following questions: Why do we apply sanctions? What objectives does the U.S. government seek to achieve when it imposes sanctions? Who imposes sanctions? What tools are available? How likely is it that sanctions will achieve the stated goal? What secondary consequences might sanctions have? What change is required for the sanctions to be lifted? Would multilateral sanctions be more desirable and achievable? The report also provides an uncomplicated map of where sanctions policies and options currently may be found in U.S. law.
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Economic Sanctions to Achieve U.S. Foreign Policy Goals: Discussion and Guide to Current Law

Economic Sanctions to Achieve U.S. Foreign Policy Goals: Discussion and Guide to Current Law

Date: October 20, 1997
Creator: Rennack, Dianne E & Shuey, Robert
Description: This report provides background on the range of actions that might be termed foreign policy sanctions and the events that might necessitate their use. Criteria are offered that legislators might consider to judge when sanctions might be appropriate, approaches that might be effective, aspects of the use of sanctions that are sometimes overlooked or not considered fully. The report provides an uncomplicated "map" of where sanctions policies and options currently lay in U. S. law.
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Economic Sanctions to Achieve U.S. Foreign Policy Goals: Discussion and Guide to Current Law

Economic Sanctions to Achieve U.S. Foreign Policy Goals: Discussion and Guide to Current Law

Date: June 5, 1998
Creator: Rennack, Dianne E & Shuey, Robert
Description: This report provides background on foreign policy sanctions and the events that might necessitate their use, criteria to consider when determining if sanctions are appropriate, approaches that might be effective, and aspects of the use of sanctions that are sometimes overlooked or not considered fully. The report also provides an uncomplicated map of where sanctions policies and options currently may be found in U.S. law.
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