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Reviews on economic sanctions and mechanisms to limit it from the perspective of the norms of international criminal law and international humanitarian

04/15/2021

Received: 19 April 2020
Accepted: 23 May 2020
Published: 14 June 2020


Saeid Sheykh, Ramin Nik’khou, Noushin Loghmani



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Abstract

History has shown that economic sanctions are a derivative of economic warfare. Those scholars that differentiate between economic pressures waged apart from military Warfare by the term economic sanctions fail to consider that the roots of economic Sanctions are found in economic warfare. Some believe that sanctions among are the crimes against humanity and should be perpetrators brought to trial of the International Criminal Court. Some believe economic sanctions, violations of humanitarian law and human rights. Therefore, in this study we have been studied to Reviews on economic sanctions and mechanisms to limit it from the perspective of the norms of international criminal law and international humanitarian.

Keywords: Humanitarian law, international criminal law, economic sanctions, international conventions.

 

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Journal of Practical Business Law

 

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