Viewpoints Industry TV Asks: What Happens When a Country Misbehaves?
Viewpoints Industry TV has noticed that when a country acts in a roguish fashion, the punishment may hurt us as well.
May 16, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Viewpoints Industry TV is surveying the business climate not only across the country, but around the world. When a rogue nation threatens another country or acts in ways that may be detrimental to the states around it, world reaction is usually to place sanctions on that nation. But today's world economy is so tightly intertwined, placing sanctions or trade embargoes on any one country is bound to have a ripple effect on the rest of the global business structure. In short, I can't slap you on the wrist without feeling the pain myself. How, then, do you discipline or punish a country for its antisocial behavior? And the larger question might be: is the belligerent nation aware that any punishment is futile? Just such a situation seems to be playing out in Russia, following its hostile action in the Ukraine. The global economy -- especially in Europe -- is feeling the effects of restricted trade because of the embargo placed on Russia. We'll have to see what happens next.
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Categories: Foreign Government