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Economic Warfare and the SeaGrand Strategies for Maritime Powers, c. 1600-1945$
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David Morgan-Owen and Louis Halewood

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781789621594

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: May 2021

DOI: 10.3828/liverpool/9781789621594.001.0001

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Retrospect and Prospect

(p.227) Epilogue
Economic Warfare and the Sea

Daniel Moran

Liverpool University Press

Economic Warfare in recent times is no longer a strictly maritime concern, but its conduct follows in the wake of its original embodiment as an element of war at sea. In more limited forms it has largely passed from the realm of war to that of diplomacy, where sanctions regimes in various forms remain an established feature of international life. As an element of “total” war, economic warfare now carries considerable moral and escalatory risk, even as the expansion and integration of the world economy have made its effects more difficult to manage. This chapter surveys the contents of the volume in relation to these developments.

Keywords:   Sanctions, Total War, Escalation

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