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Suggested readings:

ALRACHID Loulouwa T., “L’humanitaire dans la logique des sanctions contre l’Irak : la formule ‘pétrole contre nourriture’”, in Politique étrangère, Vol. 65/1, 2000, pp. 109-121.
 
CHARVIN Robert, “Les mesures d’embargo : la part du droit”, in RBDI, 1996, pp. 5-32.
 
COHEN Amichai, “Economic Sanctions in IHL – Suggested Principles”, Hebrew UniversityInternational Law Research Paper, No. 14-09, June 2009, 33 pp.
 
GASSER Hans-Peter, “Collective Economic Sanctions and International Humanitarian Law”, in ZaöRV, Vol. 56/4, 1996, pp. 871-904.
 
KOZAL Peggy, “Is the Continued Use of Sanctions as Implemented against Iraq a Violation of International Human Rights?”, in The Denver Journal of International Law and Policy, Vol. 28/4, 2000, pp. 383-400.
 
SASSÒLI Marco, “Economic Sanctions and International Humanitarian Law”, in GOWLLAND Vera (ed.), United Nations Sanctions and International Law, The Hague, 2001, pp. 243-250.
 
SHAYGAN Farideh, La compatibilité des sanctions économiques du Conseil de Sécurité avec les droits de l’homme et le droit international humanitaire, Brussels, Bruylant, 2008, 686 pp.
 
STARCK Dorothee, Die Rechtmässigkeit von UNO-Wirtschaftssanktionen in Anbetracht ihrer Auswirkungen auf die Zivilbevölkerung, Berlin, Duncker & Humblot, 2000, 473 pp.
 
WEISS Thomas G., CORTRIGHT David, LOPEZ George A. & MINEAR Larry, Political Gain and Civilian Pain: Humanitarian Impacts of Economic Sanctions, New York, Rowmann & Littlefield, Lannham, 1997, 277 pp.