UN Individual Sanctions Listing and Delisting Patterns and Their Interaction with Autonomous Measures: Considerations for Mediators

Niederberger, Aurel and Biersteker, Thomas (2021). UN Individual Sanctions Listing and Delisting Patterns and Their Interaction with Autonomous Measures: Considerations for Mediators. Sanctions and Mediation Policy Memo Series. United Nations University.

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    Author Niederberger, Aurel
    Biersteker, Thomas
    Title UN Individual Sanctions Listing and Delisting Patterns and Their Interaction with Autonomous Measures: Considerations for Mediators
    Series Title Sanctions and Mediation Policy Memo Series
    Volume/Issue No. 3
    Publication Date 2021-02-02
    Place of Publication New York
    Publisher United Nations University
    Pages 66
    Language eng
    Abstract Sanctions listings and delistings can alter the conditions under which negotiations take place. They can serve as warnings and incentives, stigmatize (or rehabilitate) stakeholders in negotiation processes, inhibit (or facilitate) logistics such as travel, and attempt to stabilize peace settlements. Despite the many ways in which sanctions listings and delistings can affect mediation processes, relatively little is known about the general listing and delisting patterns employed by the UN Security Council or their interactions with autonomous measures. However, an understanding of the listing and delisting of individuals is crucial to the strategic application of sanctions, and particularly their potential use by mediators. This report, therefore, aims to inform UN and other mediators, providing them with a better understanding of the broader listing and delisting dynamics of the UN and interrelations with autonomous sanctions by other authorities. In so doing, the report provides data previously unavailable or difficult to access and of potential interest to practitioners and analysts. It concludes with a set of considerations for mediators who may contemplate delistings as a tool in mediation processes.
    UNBIS Thesaurus MEDIATION
    HUMAN RIGHTS
    SANCTIONS
    Keyword Sanctions
    Mediation
    United Nations
    Delisting
    Copyright Holder United Nations University
    Copyright Year 2021
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9789280865516
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