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October 28, 2018
Peter Harrell on U.S. Use of Sanctions
Foreign Affairs contributor Peter Harrell discussed his recent piece on the U.S.'s use of sanctions and how to prevent their overuse. This program is part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent magazine articles.
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