Blockade Law: Research Design and Sources
Includes a valuable discussion of the historical developmentof this complex field and describes early efforts toregulate the use of blockades as a military and economictactic in international relations. Its clarification of thedifferences between embargos, siege, blockade and othermeans of economic warfare is an important contribution toscholarship.--from the ForewordWilliam S. Hein & Co.,Inc., 1991
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