It is only recently that the European public has woken up to the sue of sanctions in EU foreign policy, though they have been employed since the early 1980s. They became more frequent following the 1992 establishment of the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP), the EU's intergovernmental forum for foreign policy coordination.
Sanctions, European Union
Eastern European Studies | International Relations | Political Science
Connectivity Wars: The Geo-economic Battlegrounds of the Future
European Council on Foreign Relations
City or Country
PORTELA, Clara. (2016). How the EU Learned to Love Sanctions. In Connectivity Wars: The Geo-economic Battlegrounds of the Future (pp. 36-42). London: European Council on Foreign Relations.
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