PS International relations: Questions about gender and economic sanctions

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Q1. How do Cooper and Peksen relate gender to economic sanctions? Is there a difference between

economic and human rights’ sanctions? Do you think their argument makes sense? Can you criticize their

argument?

Q2. Women can be both victims, and perpetrators. Capriolli (2005) from an earlier week, Cooepr and

Peksen, Kendall and Huckerby all mention gender inequality in different ways, compare and contrast

these. (this simply asks you to look at inequality in each piece and link it to conflict, is it the same for all

three? Is it different?)

Based on your answer, what does Martin have to say about this in her working paper? (2)

Q3. From all that you have read, choose one piece that you liked and explain why? What is your

observation about the role of gender in IR- is there something specific about gender that we should

include in separate studies? Why or why not?

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