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|sanctions list search||1.97||0.8||8469||50|
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|sanctions are defined as||2||0.8||7029||15|
|sanctions on china||0.09||0.1||1390||40|
|sanctions on belarus||0.41||1||8892||33|
|sanctions china uyghurs||0.27||0.1||8394||67|
|sanctions on north korea||1.69||0.4||1439||74|
Economic sanctions are used as a tool of foreign policy by many governments. Economic sanctions are usually imposed by a larger country upon a smaller country for one of two reasons—either the latter is a threat to the security of the former nation or that country treats its citizens unfairly.What are the four types of sanctions?
Criminal Sanctions. This type of criminal sanctioning involves judges or juries punishing an individual for committing a crime. Common sanctions include imprisonment, probation, fines and community service.What does it mean to put sanctions on another country?
A sanction is a penalty levied on another country, or on individual citizens of another country. Impact of a Sanction The immediate impact of an import sanction on the target country is that the country's exports are not purchased abroad. Sanctions may follow the law of unintended consequences.