November 19, 2015

Diminishing Returns? The Future of Economic Coercion

By Eric Lorber and Peter Feaver

Eric Lorber, an Adjunct Fellow in the Energy, Economics, and Security Program, and Peter Feaver, a Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at Duke University, have written a new report, “Diminishing Returns? The Future of Economic Coercion.” The report lays out the success of recent financial sanctions, details obstacles to their continued effectiveness, discusses how other countries like China may use similar tools moving forward, and makes recommendations for how the United States can keep its sanctions tools strong.

  • Eric Lorber

    Adjunct Fellow, Energy, Economics, and Security Program

    Eric B. Lorber is an Adjunct Fellow at the Center for a New American Security, focusing on issues related to economic sanctions and financial security. He is concurrently a se...

  • Peter Feaver

    Duke University

    Peter D. Feaver (Ph.D., Harvard, 1990) is the Alexander F. Hehmeyer Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at Duke University and Director of the Triangle Institute ...

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