Eye on the world: Paving a path to peace

In “When Congress wields a tool of peaceThe Christian Science Monitor reports that “one shining example of bipartisan cooperation in Congress has been strong lawmaker support for a popular tool in foreign policy: sanctions on other nations or their leaders and companies.… If done well, sanctions can alter the behavior of a country.… They might even prevent war, and for good reason. Sanctions are not so much punitive as a hopeful view that a country’s people really want peace and democracy. They signal a better path.”

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