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CFJPV Hardline Fails – General Appeasement is the only strategy that can induce change – coercive diplomacy fails Henriksen ‘99
is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, where he focuses on American foreign policy, international political affairs, and insurgencies. He specializes in the study of US diplomatic and military courses of action toward terrorist havens in the nonWestern world andtoward rogue regimes. (Thomas H. Hoover Institution Stanford University “Using Power and Diplomacy To Deal With Rogue States” February 1, 1999 http://www.hoover.org/publications/monographs/27159)//EB
Sanctions alone are not a failsafe mechanism for getting rid of unsavory rulers. The record of sanctions, in fact, is quite mixed. U.S. economic restrictions have failed to dislodge or bend communist dictators such as Fidel Castro in Cuba and Kim Il Sung (or his son Kim Jong Il) in North Korea after decades of imposition. Slobodan Milosevic in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, a more recent target of sanctions, has survived military setbacks, along with economic quarantine and...
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