This brief chapter throws light on a set of insights which can be eventually used to design a comprehensive framework for shifting from negative sanctions to positive sanctions. In order to do that, I first briefly present the well-known elements of the debate on the effectiveness of negative sanctions and the evidence on arms embargoes. Finally, drawing some insights from previous sections, I present some points to be considered to design successful positive sanctions. In particular, I present five points to be taken in account: (i) the role of interest groups (ii) the rules of the game in economic integration; (iii) a policy-mix including disarmament; (iv) the role of civil society; (v) the credibility of sender governments.

Caruso, R., Negative and positive sanctions, in Peter Van Bergeij, P. V. B. (ed.), Research Handbook on Economic Sanctions, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., Cheltenham 2021: 297- 308. 10.4337/9781839102721.00024 [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/232064]

Negative and positive sanctions

Caruso, Raul
2021

Abstract

This brief chapter throws light on a set of insights which can be eventually used to design a comprehensive framework for shifting from negative sanctions to positive sanctions. In order to do that, I first briefly present the well-known elements of the debate on the effectiveness of negative sanctions and the evidence on arms embargoes. Finally, drawing some insights from previous sections, I present some points to be considered to design successful positive sanctions. In particular, I present five points to be taken in account: (i) the role of interest groups (ii) the rules of the game in economic integration; (iii) a policy-mix including disarmament; (iv) the role of civil society; (v) the credibility of sender governments.
2021
Inglese
Research Handbook on Economic Sanctions
9781839102721
Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.
Caruso, R., Negative and positive sanctions, in Peter Van Bergeij, P. V. B. (ed.), Research Handbook on Economic Sanctions, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., Cheltenham 2021: 297- 308. 10.4337/9781839102721.00024 [https://hdl.handle.net/10807/232064]
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