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When sanctions were imposed on Zimbabwe at the instigation of the opposition MDC in its various guises, there was no conceivable offence Zimbabwe had committed. The imposition of sanctions on a country become legal when they are endorsed by the United Nations. If sanctions are unilaterally imposed on a country, they are regarded as illegal.
Optimism in this regard emanates from a broad spectrum of hopes for economic revival against a background of the country’s isolation from key global market, international monetary institutions and other global policy institutions. This alienation mainly originated …
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Foreign policy thrust bearing fruits for nation
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Progress in engagement, re-engagement drive
Harare - The engagement and re-engagement policy being pursued by...
Namibia, China demands end to sanctions
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SADC diplomats meet over Zim sanctions
Diplomats from across the Southern African Development Community (SADC) are...
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ZIMBABWE DEMOCRACY AND ECONOMIC RECOVERY AMENDMENT ACT OF 2018
ZIMBABWE DEMOCRACY AND ECONOMIC RECOVERY ACT OF 2001