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Shlyundt Nadezhda Yuryevna

PhD in Law

assistant professor, Nevinnomyssk State Humanitarian and Technical Institute

357108, Russia, Stavropol'skii krai, g. Nevinnomyssk, bul. Mira, 19a
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Nefedov Sergei Aleksandrovich

Doctor of Politics

357532, Russia, Stavropol'skii krai, g. Pyatigorsk, pr. Kalinina, 9


Keywords: international influence, world politics, foreign policy tools, economic sanctions, political efficacy of sanctions, international system, sanction goals, domestic politics dimension of sanctions, international communications, differentiation of sanction goals



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