Nearly 25 years of US sanctions against Sudan have helped to create crisis conditions in health care and scientific research Amy Maxmen explains in a Foreign Policy report. Since the imposition of the 1993 sanctions, which designated Sudan as a state sponsor of terrorism,…
October 30, 2019
Renewed US sanctions against Iran have damaged the country’s ability to import critical medicines, threatening the health of millions of Iranians.
How Sanctions Hurt North Korea’s Children
August 5, 2019
UNICEF and the World Food Programme provide food and nutrition aid to North Korean children—but a lack of funds, fueled by political tension and the US-led strategy of pressure and isolation of North Korea, have limited their reach.