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Understanding Multilateral Sanctions using a Multi-way Network Perspective
Countries often rely on sanctions to express discontent or disagreement with the actions of their peers in the international community. Many times, these sanctions have played a direct role in the lives of citizens and have led to course-correction by offending states. Sometimes, countries will issue joint sanctions, or sanctions sent by a coordinated group of countries. From a network perspective, multilateral sanctions add an additional layer of complexity to the representation of thatdoi:10.1184/r1/16775977.v1 fatcat:avocinwhond37ljs2uhikj7jne