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Sanctions and the alternatives

Stanley Mogoba

Sanctions and the alternatives

by Stanley Mogoba

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Published by South African Institute of Race Relations in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, South Africa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Africa.
    • Subjects:
    • Economic sanctions -- South Africa.,
    • Apartheid -- South Africa.,
    • Disinvestment -- South Africa.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementStanley Mogoba, John Kane-Berman, Ronnie Bethlehem.
      ContributionsKane-Berman, John Stuart., Bethlehem, Ronald William, 1935-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHF1613.4 .M64 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 49 p. ;
      Number of Pages49
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1793322M
      ISBN 10086982337X
      LC Control Number89191894

      Excerpt from Essay: Intermediate sanctions like intensive probation are fast becoming fully integrated into the criminal justice system. McGarry’s (n.d.) monograph “Improving the Use of Intermediate Sanctions” summarizes the findings of recent research by the National Institute of Corrections and the State Justice Institute. “Sanctions as Alternatives to War” by George A. Lopez and David Cortright, in The Handbook on the Political Economy of War, edited by Christopher J. Coyne and Rachel L. Mathers (Edward Elger Publishing, ) pp.

      Economic Sanctions: Selected full-text books and articles A Practical Guide to International Sanctions Law and Lore: Mamas, Don't Let Your Children Grow Up to Be Sanctions Lawyers By Culvahouse, Arthur B., Jr Houston Journal of International Law, Vol. 32, No. 3, Summer The focus of this book on sanctions opens the door to examining both positive and negative economic tools. Just as the imposition of sanctions is a penalty, their lifting or the prospect of it is-or should be-a real incentive. Sanctions are a much explored, but still poorly understood, foreign policy instrument.

      It examines the use of sanctions from the early Cold War era through the sanctions decade of the s, including the Helms-Burton Law and the Iran-Libya Sanctions Act. On the one hand, the book shows that multinationals are often susceptible to U.S. influence because they fear political : $ 2. A theory of ethnic diversity, social sanctions, and local public good provision Alternative theories of ethnic diversity and collective action Alesina and LaFerrara () present a theory of ethnic diversity and community group formation in which individuals dislike mixing across ethnic lines, and this taste for.


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Sanctions and the alternatives. Braamfontein, Johannesburg, South Africa: South African Institute of Race Relations, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Stanley Mogoba; John Kane-Berman; Ronald William Bethlehem.

In The Alternatives to War, James Pattison considers the case for the alternatives to military action to address mass atrocities and aggression. The volume examines the normative issues raised by measures ranging from comprehensive economic sanctions, diplomacy, and positive incentives, to criminal prosecutions,/5(3).

His most recent book is titled The Alternatives to War: From Sanctions to Nonviolence, and he also organized a roundtable that appears in the Fall issue of the journal that delves further into the theme of alternatives to war, so that is the topic of our conversation today.

James, thanks for joining me. Probation Measures and Alternative Sanctions in the European Union by Daniel Flore (Editor), Stephanie Bosly (Editor), Amandine Honhon (Editor), & ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

Abstract. This chapter offers an evaluation of the effectiveness of soft power—the direct alternative to sanctions. Metrics for quantifying soft power are explored and their results are evaluated in the context of Middle Eastern diplomacy, post 9/ Part One of this book addresses the theoretical issues by focussing on: 1) The place of sanctions in the international legal system; 2) the limits to the powers of the Security Council and the question of accountability; and 3) an assessment of the alternatives to collective economic sanctions.

Book July Thus violent policies may be preferable in some rare circumstances to nonviolent alternatives such as non-targeted sanctions and negotiations because nonviolent policies.

16 Describing sanctions as alternatives to force, however, implies nothing about the degree to which a policymaker may decide to substitute sanctions for force.

Even if the resources (e.g., money, time, personnel) committed to using economic sanctions are small in comparison with those committed to using military force, sanctions are an.

traditional incarceration to offenders released through alternative sanctions. Many criminologists and researchers suggest that such a comparison is extremely difficult because of the complexities involved in measuring and understanding recidivism.

At first glance, comparing prison and alternative sanctions involves using two types of. This volume details alternative sentences, intermediate sanctions, and other forms of sentencing that do not rely on incarceration on the one hand or traditional probation on the other and that effectively punish offenders for their crimes and address common sentencing concerns, including rehabilitation, deterrence, retribution, and justice.

The author had a front-seat view of multilateral and unilateral sanctions actions toward Iran, and the complexity of this subject will help illuminate why being either "for" or "against" the Iran deal is pretty shallow -- if you want to take a position you need to understand the costs, trade-offs and alternatives -- this book helps to make those s: 5.

In The Alternatives to War, James Pattison considers the case for the alternatives to military action to address mass atrocities and aggression. The volume examines the normative issues raised by measures ranging from comprehensive economic sanctions, diplomacy, and positive incentives, to criminal prosecutions, nonviolent resistance, accepting.

The use of incentives and sanctions is one of the most important, and misunderstood, elements of the treatment court model. The following resources are designed to assist your program with the proper development and implementation of incentives and sanctions.

Making the Most of Incentives and Sanctions NDCI Fact Sheet to help you understand the proper. In this book, Lisa Martin offers the most comprehensive answer available, relying on both sophisticated statistics and rigorous case studies. She finds that two factors help to ensure the creation and maintenance of a sanctions coalition: first, the endorsement of the sanctions by an international institution, and second, the incurring of.

The intermediate sanctions have the advantage of offering alternatives to jails and prisons. This is because penal institutions have not only proven to be costly but also injurious and ineffective.

In addition, there is little evidence to prove that jails and prisons prevent future criminality as most inmates repeat the same crimes soon after.

Intermediate sanctions are sentencing alternatives that exist between probation and incarceration. These methods share some of the same techniques used in probation (indeed, several methods are specialized forms of probation) without the extremes of imprisonment.

After reading this chapter, you should be able to: • Discuss the continuum of correctional care. • Employ the terminology used in defining intermediate sanctions and other alternatives to prison.

Alternatives to incarceration are more than options, they have evolved into sentences of their own accord. Originally, probation and prison were the two major sentences; however, the concept of intermediate or graduated sanctions emerged in the s and evolved throughout the s.

While alternatives to incarceration were considered options, they are now recognized as intermediate sanctions. The Alternative Sanction Program provides a community-based alternative to detention for sanctions placement for youth who violate the conditions of their probation.

The program, which provides 30 hours of therapeutic intervention, provides a timely response that holds youth accountable relative to their violations and engages them in positive.

the fact that it is in practice impossible to supervise the probation measures or alternative sanctions for the reason that, after transmission of the judgment and, where applicable, the probation decision, together with the certificate referred to in Article 6(1) to the executing State, the sentenced person cannot be found in the territory of the executing State, in which case the executing.

Given the continuing rapid pace of change in the US sanctions landscape, it is now more important than ever for companies—both US and non-US—to understand various types of US sanctions and their potential influence on the global matrix of business risks, as well as to stay abreast of key developments so that they can nimbly anticipate and prepare their business to respond to emergent US.Part VI discusses the impact and effects of the use of alternatives from the points of view of the overall use of imprisonment, social and economic consequences, and crime prevention.

II. NORDIC SANCTION SYSTEM OVERVIEW. Sanctions employed in the Nordic countries range .Alternatives to economic sanctions? Have they succeeded? If so, in what instances?

Hello, I am currently researching the age-old "carrots vs. sticks" question. There seems to be a lot of literature covering instances in which sanctions failed in changing a regime's policies, but I would like to know some good places to look for when incentives.