08/09/12 – Muhammad Sahimi – The Scott Horton Show

by | Aug 9, 2012 | Interviews | 5 comments

Muhammad Sahimi, USC professor and writer for PBS and Antiwar.com, discusses the widespread effects of the “targeted” U.S. sanctions against Iran, massive shortages in vital medicines due to central bank sanctions, massive dislocations due to oil sanctions, the resulting benefits for the IGRC and comparisons to the anti-Iraq sanctions of the 1990s.

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