Sanctions Against Japan: A Necessary EvilRudi Dornbusch
In the perennial trade conflict with Japan, the Clinton Administration promised a change. And now, whether by design, frustration, or anger, U.S. policy is about to shift: Regrettable though they may be, sanctions are essential.
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