Unlawful US Sanctions War

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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
Unlawful US Sanctions War

by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)

Core international law prohibits intervention by nations in the internal affairs of others — by force or any other means.

UN Charter Article II prohibits it, mandating all member states to "settle…disputes disputes" according to the rule of law.

It bans the threat or use of force by one nation against another.

Under Article 41, unilaterally imposed sanctions by one nation against others have no legal validity.

No nation or combination thereof may intervene against another without Security Council authorization — permitted only to enforce the rule of law when breached by a nation-state.

Security Council members alone may legally impose sanctions on nations, entities or individuals. 

US sanctions on targeted nations constitute war by other means.

They're weaponized to pressure, bully, and terrorize
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