Research Paper | Arts and Humanities | Iran | Volume 9 Issue 9, September 2020
Secondary Sanctions from the Perspective of International Law
Abstract: In the early sanctions of a state, the government is targeting the sanctions, and in the secondary sanctions, a state of other governments wants to disconnect its economic relations with the target government of the boycott and otherwise make a punishment for them, secondary sanctions are contrary to the principles of indisputable Human rights, which have been promoted by the rule of law, are the legitimacy of the UN sanctions, which are applied to the Security Council's discretion under Article 39 of the Charter and the punishment for countries, whereas there is no legal definition to violate peace and threat of peace in the international system. Does not exist. Secondary sanctions against third-party countries that are targeted for economic exchange sanctions are violating the principle of non-interference. The principle of sovereignty is the equal principles of international law, which has been emphasized by the principle of non-interference in article 2 of the United Nations Charter. In fact, secondary sanctions are entering the scope of those matters that are in the internal competence of a country, the freedom to set the financial relations of a country In the international arena, it leads to the territorial acts of the laws of a country and the imposition of sovereignty over third countries.
Keywords: Secondary sanctions, International law, Target country
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 9, September 2020,
Pages: 183 - 187
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Majid Azarnush, "Secondary Sanctions from the Perspective of International Law", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 9 Issue 9, September 2020, pp. 183-187, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR20904215337
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